Step Challenge 2016 – Congratulations Winners

A huge thank you and well done to everyone who took part in this year’s step challenge, a total of 194,818,734 steps were submitted as part of the challenge – an amazing 97,409 miles!  103 teams registered to participate in the challenge and 83 teams completed the challenge and submitted steps for the whole 6 weeks.

Thanks to everyone who came along to the awards presentation, where team members were presented with a step challenge mug and certficate and also a fruit basket by Helen Kelly, Director of HR.

The team who completed the most steps  are:

The Fit 5 – ICT Dept, FVRH, who notched up a  total of 3,538,335 steps – a staggering equivalent of roughly 1,769 miles! Pictured with Helen Kelly is eHealth Project Manager John Wells. Other members are Gill Inglis, Eddie Coyle, Fiona Bootie, Denise Stewart.

Step challenge - John Wells and Helen Kelly

Two teams have been selected for continuous improvement:

Lost in pace – Stenhousemuir Health Centre. Pictured (l-r) with Helen Kelly are Mary Hair, Fiona Matheson and Wendy McDougall. Other team members are Elizabeth Ferguson and Margaret Gallacher.

Step challenge - Lost in Pace and Helen Kelly

Heart racers – Cardiology Dept, FVRH. Pictured with Helen Kelly is Consultant Nurse/Cardiology Department Manager, Catherine Mondoa. Other team members are Jane Blair, Evonne McLuskey, Linda McShane and Tegan Thomson.

Step challenge - Catherine Mondoa and Helen Kelly

 Best team name:

Scrambled Legs – Health Visiting Team at Kersiebank Health Centre, Grangemouth. Pictured with Helen Kelly are (l-r) Gail Timmons, Emma Edwards, Christine Fraser and Johanna McNinch. The other team member is Gail Robertson.

Step challenge - Scrambled Legs and Helen Kelly

 Individual nominations for inspirational and motivational team members:

 Margaret Gallacher, Lost in Pace and Kirsty Barnes, Forensic Floozies. Pictured with Helen Kelly is Kirsty Barnes, Team Leader Forensic CMHS & MAPPA.

Step challenge - Kirsty Barnes and Helen Kelly

As part of the step challenge, the children’s ward at FVRH was approached to draw pictures of Easter Bunnies and to give the Bunny a name. Pictured are two of the four children who took part. Both received a book voucher. Pictured with Health Play Specialist Seonad Hopkins are Gabrielle Jackson (Aged 8) and Leyla Grubb (Aged 7).

Step challenge - Seonad Hopkins and Gabrielle Jackson Step challenge - Seonad Hopkins and Leyla Grubb