RAMSAY PEOPLE Dr Greg Malone. 18 The Ramsay Way 2016 | 04 CORPORATE NEWS Medical masterclass Greenslopes Private Hospital Urologist Dr Greg Malone has expanded his reach to the other side of the globe, as the only Australian to be invited on the faculty for a special medical conference in London. Dr Malone attended the 10th Masterclass of Genito-Urethral Reconstructive Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England from 31st October – 4th November. He ran a session featuring video presentations of Genito- Urethral surgery, covering techniques and outcomes. Delegates had the opportunity to hear about the latest topics and challenges through state-of-the-art lectures, and learn techniques and reconstructive procedures through both cadaveric and live surgeries. 34 people were part of the invited faculty, from countries including Italy, USA, France, Pakistan Germany and UK. Tony Clark retires Long serving Director Tony Clark AM retires from the Ramsay Health Care Board. Recognising Tony’s retirement at the Company’s Annual General Meeting in November, Chairman Michael Siddle said Tony’s significant contribution during his 17 years on the Board and to the industry generally, had been invaluable. “On behalf of all the Board and Ramsay Health Care generally, I thank him for his contribution to Ramsay Health Care throughout this time,” Michael said. Tony will remain a Director of the Paul Ramsay Foundation Board. MOVEMENTS & APPOINTMENTS Cassandra Su (right), NSW Winner of the Award of Excellence. Alison Goodwin (centre), NSW Winner Preceptor of the Year. Angela Smith-Carroll (centre), Victorian Winner of the Award of Excellence Awards of Excellence Hesta Awards of Excellence NSW Cassandra Su of Kareena Private Hospital took out the NSW Award of Excellence for providing high quality care as well as being an intuitive and fast learner and adapting to her roles with courtesy and maturity. Other place winners in NSW were Katie-Lee Brown from Baringa Private Hospital and Sakunthaia Kasthurirathna (Kas) from Tamara Private Hospital. Victoria Angela Smith-Carroll took out the Victorian Award of Excellence. Other place getters included Sandy Summons of Peninsula Private and Dorlane Oberle Spyropoulos of Beleura Private Hospital. Preceptor of the Year NSW Alison Goodwin of North Shore Private Hospital took out the NSW Preceptor of the Year Award for being “approachable and supportive” as well as for providing “positive reinforcement and constructive feedback”. Victoria Louise Novak of Albert Road Clinic took out the Victorian Preceptor of the Year Award. MARK GRAHAM Mark Graham has been appointed as the Director of Clinical Services at Albert Road Clinic. Mark trained in the UK as a Mental Health Nurse and worked in both public and private settings where he undertook project development and service reforms. Mark held the role of Head of Nursing Services for a medium secure 82 bedded hospital before emigrating to Australia in 2009. He has held various management roles in Melbourne whilst undertaking project management and a Masters in Health Administration. PRUDENCE BUIST Prudence Buist is the new Director of Clinical Services for Wollongong Private Hospital. Prudence comes to Ramsay Health Care from the position of Director of Clinical Services at Calvary Riverina Hospital, a 168 bed private acute medical and surgical hospital. Prior to this Prudence was the Patient Care Service Manager at the Southern Cross Hospital in Wellington New Zealand. Southern Cross Hospitals NZ are New Zealand’s only private hospital operator with 14 hospitals across NZ. Prudence is a registered Nurse with Post Graduate qualifications in Finance and Health Service Management. Her role at Wollongong Private Hospital will commence on 14 November 2016.
The Ramsay Way - 2016 Christmas Edition
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