Black Healthcare Awards

About the Black Healthcare Awards

Since the inception of the NHS, many Black Caribbean and African people have been the backbone of our NHS, playing a central role in health and care services in a range of sectors all over the UK.


In recognition of the volunteering hours put in by our medics, nurses and allied health professionals, CAHN is set to host an awards ceremony celebrating Black health and care workers, taking especial note of their skills, talents, passion and energy as they work within this sector.


These awards are the first to focus solely on Black healthcare professionals of the Caribbean or African diaspora. The Healthcare Awards recognise individuals who have established themselves as outstanding in their practice, with dogged and unrivalled determination to make a difference to all as they fulfil their vocation. These individuals can be nominated by colleagues who acknowledge the impact of their work, or they can be self-nominating individuals.


These awards are being supported by highly influential individuals in the health and care sector. Along with our patrons, these stalwart stakeholders will spotlight those nominated and honour them for their contributions.


These awards promise to make for a night to remember.


Nominations are now open for this prestigious black-tie event. Click on the link below to honour the achievements of Black healthcare professionals carrying out outstanding work! Nominations close on Friday 31st  May 2024.