MRH wins two major awards at the LASA Awards for Excellence
LASA (Leading Aged Services Australia) is the peak industry body for aged care in Australia. The awards were announced at the 2016 LASA Victoria & Tasmania State Congress on Thursday 24th June 2016.
acedon Ranges Health won two major awards
1. Service Innovation Award For Community And Home Care
Recognising innovative solutions and programs that have resulted in improvements to the quality of care and service delivery to and the outcomes for clients in the community and home care setting.
2. Community Engagement Award
Recognising aged care providers that have demonstrated strong alliances and engagement with local communities that have resulted in improved health outcomes for the elderly.
Registrations Open Monday 1 August
Don't miss out on participating in the event that was awarded "Community Event of the Year" at the 2016 Australia Day Awards. We have an incredible group of sponsors including our major sponsors the Gisborne & District Community Bank branch of the Bendigo Bank and the incredible Neal Street Medical Clinic and this years event will exceed your expectations - we even have sparkle!
Gisborne Oaks Nurse Camille Koch recognised as a finalist in 2016 HESTA National Aged Care Awards
Australia’s top aged care sector professionals have been recognised, with 14 finalists announced in the 2016 HESTA Aged Care Awards.
The Awards recognise those in the aged care sector who make an exceptional contribution to improving the quality of life for older Australians in three categories —Team Innovation, Outstanding Organisation and Individual Distinction. Macedon Ranges Health’s Camille Koch is a finalist in the Individual Distinction category.
Camille is a Registered Nurse at the Gisborne Oaks Residential Aged Care Facility, and has been recognised for her work in improving wound management through the establishment of a multi-disciplinary Wounds Resource Team — leading to improved practice, a reduction in the severity of wounds and better documentation.