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Hope Farm Medical Centre nominate Dr Alison Morrison for 'Happiest Leader, Manager or Employee' award

Everyone needs a GP who puts a smile on their face as they leave the surgery, and that is exactly what patients get at the Hope Farm Medical Centre in Ellesmere Port, if they are a patient of Dr Alison Morrison.

Dr Morrison had been nominated for the Happiest Leader, Manager or Employee' award, by her colleague Tim Goldsbrough, who said about Allison: '...Hope Farm Medical Centre is privileged to have Dr Alison Morrison working in our practice and team. Her positive attitude and enthusiasm is inspiring and infectious. Her bubbly, vivacious, outgoing personality and nature is a great asset to the team. You certainly know when Dr Morrison is in the building as everyone is smiling and laughing – this is a breath of fresh air in general practice!

'Dr Morrison is a complete team player and supports every member of the practice team from the cleaners all the way up to the partners.

'It is even commented that the patients leave her consulting room smiling!'

Sounds like the patients at Hope Farm Medical Centre may just decide to avoid the 'apple a day' quote.

Go to the Awards page to find out how to nominate your 'Happiness Hero'. Nominations close on the 17th October 2016.

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