Timeline:

5th March 2019
' Nominations open '
26th April 2019
' Nominations close '
24th June 2019
' Shortlist announced '
10th July 2019
' Awards ceremony '

Chantel Palmer, North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

London

When Chantel started working at North Mid, vulnerable pregnant women would come into her care very late into their pregnancy. This meant that she couldn’t provide the level of support that she wanted, or that women and their babies needed. In 2015, she set up the Drug and Alcohol Clinic to help pregnant mothers who suffer from substance abuse sooner in their pregnancy and provide them with more support in order to give their babies the best start in life.

Nominated by: Kate Osamor MP
 

Nominee Winning Quote: 

When Chantel started working at North Mid, vulnerable pregnant women would come into her care very late into their pregnancy. This meant that she couldn’t provide the level of support that she wanted, or that women and their babies needed. In 2015, she set up the Drug and Alcohol Clinic to help pregnant mothers who suffer from substance abuse sooner in their pregnancy and provide them with more support in order to give their babies the best start in life.

Nominated by: Kate Osamor MP

Nominee Winner Image: 
Winners of the Health Equality Award 2019