FUN & FITNESS Jenny Hurley wins age group at the Noosa Tri About 7000 competitors including 12 athletes from Noosa Hospital took part in the Noosa Triathlon on Sunday morning. The endurance test, which consists of a 1.5km ocean swim, a 40km ride and a 10km run, started in near perfect conditions from Noosa Main Beach. There were many weekend warriors taking part in age group divisions together with elite athletes vying for overall honours. Jenny Hurley (Administration) distinguished herself by winning her age group. It was her 11th Noosa Triathlon and she did it – 1st place! 20 The Ramsay Way 2016 | 04 Hollywood rides for youth Hollywood Private Hospital is sponsoring a corporate team in next year’s Hawaiian Ride for Youth, one of Australia’s premier charity events which supports Youth Focus. The team includes five Hollywood specialists, Urologist, Dr Andrew Tan; Anaesthetist, Dr Steven Myles; Urologist, Dr Tom Shannon; Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr Clem McCormick; and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dr Ryan Lisle. Hollywood CEO, Peter Mott, will participate in the event’s CEO Challenge, riding as part of the team on the final day of the ride. Held from 21 to 25 March 2017, riders will travel 700 kms from Albany to Perth to raise money for Youth Focus, a not for profit organisation which aims to prevent youth suicide. Mr Mott said “The Ramsay philosophy of ‘People caring for people’ is central to the way we do things at Hollywood. Although we’ve been colleagues for some years, this is the first time we’ve all ridden together. We’re looking forward to seeing what we can achieve as a team and how we can contribute to this very important cause.” “On a personal level and as CEO of Hollywood which has a large standalone mental health facility, I’ve witnessed the impact of mental illness in the community. I’ve also seen it through my Board roles with not for profit organisations involved in mental health. These experiences have motivated me to do whatever I can to help organisations like Youth Focus promote awareness of mental health and provide improved access to related services.” “In addition to raising awareness of youth suicide, depression and self-harm, the Hawaiian Ride for Youth is a wonderful community event.” The event has raised more than $15 million since it started in 2003 with $10 million raised in the past five years alone. Ramsay France competes in La Parisienne Ramsay Générale de Santé staff competed recently in the famous run in France called La Parsienne. The run is reserved for women and raises money for breast cancer. RGdS CEO Pascal Roché attended to encourage the participants from Ramsay’s French hospital group.
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