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VHA Award winners celebrate

Posted 05 October 2017

The 2017 VHA Award winnners were announced at the VHA Annual Conference Humanity in health last night.

VHA CEO Tom Symondson thanked member health services that nominated for an award and congratulated the winners at the end of day one of the conference at the MCG.

VHA Award winner - Alpine Health. Sponsored by First State Super.

VHA Members Choice Award winner - Alpine Health. Sponsored by First State Super.

VHA Innovation in Clinical Governance Award winner - The Kilmore and District Health Service. Sponsored by the Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance.

VHA Excellence in Leadership Award winner - Jason Phieler from Lorne Community Hospital. Sponsored by RSM Australia.

VHA Workforce Innovation Award winner - Carrington Health. Sponsored by VHAPlus+.

VHA Patient Engagement Award winner - Kyabram District Health. Sponsored by NEXA.

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