Como el hijo de un médico de cabecera, Prometo proteger el NHS, dice Sunak en los premios Who Cares Wins

RISHI Sunak vowed to protect the NHS throughout a tough winter in a personal speech drawing on his own upbringing.

He promised “record funding” to the health service, which is battling rising waiting lists, staff shortages and the ongoing COVID-19 backlog.

Rishi Sunak vowed to protect the NHS throughout a tough winter in a personal speech to the Who Cares Wins awards drawing on his own upbringing

Rishi Sunak vowed to protect the NHS throughout a tough winter in a personal speech to the Who Cares Wins awards drawing on his own upbringingCrédito: Darren Fletcher
The Sun's awards are sponsored by the National Lottery

The Sun’s awards are sponsored by the National Lottery

los PM dicho: “I know the NHS faces huge challenges in the coming months.

“That’s why the government is investing record funding into the NHS and social care so that it can continue making a real difference to people’s lives. And as Prime Minister, I can tell you I will always prioritise the NHS and its brilliant staff.”

Who Cares Wins 2022

THE Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards will celebrate our dedicated healthcare workers in a glitzy ceremony hosted by the one and only Davina McCall.

It will be screened on Channel 4 and All 4 en noviembre 27 at 6.30pm and these are the categories your health heroes could be in with a chance of winning:

Best Doctoran NHS doctor – médico de cabecera, hospital doctor or consultant

Best Midwifean NHS midwife who has provided great care for a woman or her baby

Best Teamany NHS or healthcare team on the frontline and behind the scenes that has gone above and beyond the call of duty

Best Nursean NHS nurse in any field

Best Health CharityFor a charity that has helped change lives

Unsung HeroFor someone who deserves to be recognised and celebrated for their work helping others

Young HeroFor youngsters that have gone above and beyond. Open to anyone under the age of 18

Mental Health HeroFor significant contribution to mental health

999 HéroeFor teams and individuals that have stepped up in a crisis

Visit The Sun’s Who Cares Wins awards page for all the latest awards news, interviews and red carpet photos.

The government has promised an extra £3.3 billion in each of the next two years, while £4.7 billion will go into social care.

Some experts have warned this is not enough to take the NHS off “crisis footing.”

But drawing on his personal experiences, Mr Sunak promised he would continue to prioritise the health service.

He told the National Lottery-sponsored awards: “As the son of a médico de cabecera and a community pharmacist, I grew up watching people caring for others.

“That same care, that same desire to serve is amplified many times over across the UK, in GP practices, in pharmacies, in A&E departments, en hospitales, and health centres in the community.

“So on behalf of the entire country let me say an enormous thank you to healthcare heroes of every kind.”

Mr Sunak presented the award for 999 hero to a team of heroes who saved the life of a schoolgirl who suffered a cardiac arrest, including passersby the Sadler family who called for help, and paramedics from East of England Ambulance Service (EEAST) and Magpas Air Ambulance

Mas tarde, he met Daisy Webb, 14, from Huntingdon, UN ASESINO que asesinó a su prometida contó entre lágrimas a un tribunal cómo encontró a su primera esposa, whose life was saved.

Él dijo: “Hard-working NHS staff save lives day in, day out. It’s amazing Daisy is here to tell the tale.”