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Leeds man crowned Local Health Care Hero 2016

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Enoch Nsenga has been selected as the first ever winner of Local Care Force’s inaugural Samuel Rutsito Health Care Hero Award.

The preferred supplier of temporary and permanent staffing solutions for many large private, public and charitable organisations throughout Yorkshire, Local Care Force has recognised Enoch as a stand out health care worker, who has gone the extra mile in their role over the past 12 months.

The award’s namesake; Samuel Rutsito has worked tirelessly in health care roles at care homes, mental health units, patients homes and children’s hospitals for over 13 years. Coming to the UK from Zimbabwe in 2002 he was faced with many challenges, including cultural differences as he began his career as a support worker.

Samuel said: “I am so pleased that the Local Care Force community came out in force to vote for their Local Health Care Hero, it without a doubt highlights the lengths that these dedicated workers go to in order to make a real difference.

“I am thrilled for Enoch and can’t think of a more fitting Local Care Force representative to receive the inaugural award!”

“In a time when many care workers in the NHS are standing up for their rights and striving for the recognition for the amazing work that they undertake, Local Care Force is proud to show our loyal workforce how thankful they are for all that they do.”

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Enoch Nsenga and Samuel Rutsito

 

 

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