They are the people who have worked tirelessly around the clock to keep our National Health Service – and our country – running during the past 12 months.
Here’s a line-up of some of the inspirational NHS heroes that you have nominated.
Click through our picture gallery to see if you can spot yourself or somebody you may know.
1. Jane Cook
Gemma Walker writes on Facebook: "My NHS hero is my mum. Been nursing her whole adult life - cares beyond the responsibility of a nurse. She is a specialist nurse at King's Mill. This picture was one of the most heartbreaking pictures ever taken. Staying away from her family, especially her grandchildren in order to serve and protect the country. My mum Jane Cook was redeployed into ITU to work with the coronavirus patients as well as look after her service. My mum then caught corona and beat it. As soon as she was well enough, she returned to her specialist role. She continues to give 110 per cent to her job. If I'm half the woman she is, I will have done something right."
2. Tracey Gray
Sally Gillborn says: "My NHS hero is my beautiful friend Tracey Gray. Tracey retired from the NHS and lives most of the year in Cyprus. Tracey has been back in the UK for the last year and on top of dealing with two serious and ongoing family health issues as well as a bereavement she still was determined to do her bit to help. Her intention was to simply do the vaccinations, but due to her former senior management role in the NHS she has ended up in a position as a mass vaccination site manager. Even with so much else going off in her life personally she is still thinking of others. A true heart of gold and is definitely my hero."
3. Teresa Boyd
Sarah Boyd writes: "My NHS hero is my lovely mum Teresa Boyd. She works as a discharge nurse at King's Mill Hospital and in her spare time she has been helping to give people the covid vaccine. She always goes above and beyond to help people and always with a smile on her face. She is one of the most selfless people I know. That’s why my mum is my hero."
Scott Summers writes: "My sister Kirstyann. Proud of everything she's done before the pandemic and even more proud of her now! Everyone in the NHS needs to be proud of themselves for what they have put themselves through mentally and physically through this pandemic. I have seen my sister change in appearance and even battling tiredness to fight this. She's my hero and always will be regardless!"