It was an inspiring and uplifting day as we celebrated the achievements of the class of 2018.16 trainees in Health Administration and Health Services Assistance are now well on their way to a new career in health.
Our annual March Arts celebration has wrapped up, after 59 exhibitions at 8 venues. March Arts is a fun and colourful showcase of the talents of our staff, our patients and our community. It's also a reminder of the benefits of integrating the arts in to healthcare.
A mural by Aboriginal artist James P. Simon has been unveiled at the Concord Centre for Palliative Care. The artwork has been designed to make the Centre a place where Aboriginal people feel safe, welcome and respected.
A rap song to encourage fuss-free family meals, a heart-health app for new mums, and another app to help intensive care patients communicate with staff are some of the winning ideas that will be developed, following the latest round of The Pitch.
From a miracle baby to the latest in Aged Care and dementia research; AGM 2018 offered a fascinating and inspiring look at some of the work being done by our dedicated and skilled clinicians, and how that is helping to improve the lives of our patients and their families.
Meet Kim. She's just one of the dedicated support staff who come to work each day to help Sydney Local Health District's executive team and clinicians to continue to provide high-quality, patient and family centred care.
A very special smile now awaits visitors to Sydney Dental Hospital. A dedicated concierge is there to lend a helping hand to patients, families and carers, who can sometimes be in great pain or have travelled long distances.