PA ASSAN BADJAN recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
Gambian national PA ASSAN BADJAN based in the United Kingdom has been recognised for his contribution in England’s National Health Service NHS. He receives the British Empire Medal BEM approved by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth || of the United Kingdom.
Pa Assan serves in the portering wing at the A&E – Accident and Emergency department of the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel.
He leads a team making sure that the numerous patients are at the right place and at the right time for their treatment in the most professional manner.
Hon. Pa Assan Badjan BEM who is a member of the SERCO team of Barts Health championing the values of the country’s National health Service NHS, is described by colleagues as enthusiastic about his work. He has been praised for his support for others during the covid-19 pandemic and the care and compassion he shows to patients.
On receiving the prestigious British Empire Medal awarded to individuals who have made a significant difference to their local community through ‘hands-on’ services Hon. Pa Assan said, “being recognised for such a privilege as the BEM, especially approved by the Queen, is a true honour and makes me and my family very proud.”
He seized the opportunity to call all and sundry to collectively support frontliners fight and stop the deadly coronavirus for the common good of all countries across the world.
The British Empire Medal is awarded to meritorious civil or military service worthy of recognition by the Crown.