NHS Wandsworth's Pride In MBE Award To Di Caulfield-Stoker

Showing inspirational leadership with an unwavering focus on patient safety and quality

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NHS Wandsworth’s very own Di Caulfeild-Stoker has been awarded an MBE for Services to Healthcare in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2010.

Di is a Registered General Nurse (RGN) with an MA in Marketing. She has worked for 24 years in senior positions in the NHS, and 10 years at director level or above. In 1990 Di moved to Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton to take up the post of Director of Nursing and has held posts in general management, marketing and nursing since then leading Community Services Wandsworth or the provider arm of the PCT as it used to be known, since 2005.

Di has been honoured for showing personal commitment and leadership through example, which has epitomised her whole career. She has shown inspirational leadership with an unwavering focus on patient safety and quality.

Di pictured left said:
“I’m very proud and excited to receive such a prestigious honour. There are lots of people out there who don’t get the recognition they deserve for all their hard work so I dedicate this award to them. I would like to say a big thank you to all of my fantastic colleagues for their support over the years.”

Amanda Philpott, NHS Wandsworth Acting Chief Executive said:
“We are absolutely delighted for Di. It is wonderful that she has been recognised for the amazing work she has done over the last 24 years. She thoroughly deserves this honour

September 11, 2009