Celebrating our 2022 Game Changers

Last week, GenesisCare hosted its third annual Game Changers Awards, a virtual ceremony to shine a light on individuals and teams from across our global network who are innovating, partnering, and finding a way to help our patients achieve their best possible life outcomes.

There were awards across five categories, as well as one overall winner, the Operational Excellence team (Spain). Congratulations to our Global Game Changer, category winners, finalists, and nominees!

Category 1: Increase Patient Access

Recognising those who found new ways to create access to high-quality care for our patients

Winner: Varian Radiology team (United Kingdom)


  • DCISionRT team (Australia)
  • Lauren Bolton, Global Head of Digital (Australia)
  • People and Culture team (Spain)
  • Service of the Future team (United States)

Category 2: Service of the Future

Recognising those who delivered evidence-based, best practice to improve the quality, access and efficiency of care, as well as the patient experience in our centres

Winner: Dr Yvonne Zissiadis, Radiation Oncologist (Australia)


  • Business Intelligence team (Australia)
  • Exercise Medicine team (United Kingdom)
  • Jessica Caraway, Director, Medical Oncology Clinical Operations (United States)
  • Operational Excellence team (Spain)
  • Portsmouth Radiology team (United Kingdom)

Category 3: New Sites and Services

Recognising those who found innovative ways to solve complex issues as we expanded our reach

Winner: Kurt Stump, West Division Physics Executive (United States)


  • Brawi Santoso, Systems Integration Analyst (Australia)
  • Call Centre team (Spain)
  • Nathaniel Scott, Principal Physicist (United Kingdom)
  • South Australia’s Stereotactic Ablative Radiation Therapy team (Australia)

Category 4: Transformation and Integration

Recognising those who contributed to our global transformation, as we increased access to high-quality care and renewed our business to deliver outcomes to patients

Winner: Leanne Hoy, Clinical Analyst (Australia)


  • Breast Radiotherapy Planning Hub team (United Kingdom)
  • Monaco Automation team (Australia)
  • Talent and Capability team and Business Partners (United States)
  • Valencia Project team (Spain)

Category 5: Governance and Risk

Recognising those who ensured our teams had the right information to make the right decisions, every time, to keep our patients safe throughout their treatment journey

Winner: Sale and Leaseback Project team (Spain)


  • Amy Jones, Lead Radiographer (United Kingdom)
  • Natalie Cope, Head of Government Relations (Australia)
  • Nicholas Orion Jackson (United States)