By Tristan Harris Thursday 08 August 2013 Updated: 13/08 12:27
A BROMSGROVE clinician has won a prestigious staff award at one of the country's largest NHS Trusts.
Dr Sabiha Azmi, who lives on The Oakalls, was given the 'Values In Principle Accessibility' accolade by the Birmingham Community Health NHS Trust, which employs up to 5,000 staff.
She was given the award for her hard work and dedication to developing services and making them more accessible and responsive for people with intellectual disabilities that posed behavioural challenges.
It was identified as being ground-breaking in reaching out to both communities and patient groups and making the service more accessible for its service users and staff.
Dr Sabiha has increased the accessibility of healthcare for a very vulnerable and marginalised section of our community.
She developed a very successful bilingual 12-week group programme for families carers of adults with severe leaning disabilities and challenging behaviour, supporting Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS trust's mission to provide 'accessible and responsive community healthcare'.
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