NSLHD News August 16

CE Deb Willcox is given a tour of the stage 2 redevelopment of Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital.

Tour of HKH’s stage 2 redevelopment Donning the hard hat on, Chief Executive Deb Willcox toured the construction site of stage 2 of the Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital.

“The involvement of clinical staff and community in this development was going to ensure a beautiful building for our staff to provid great care,” Deb said.

Joined by representatives from Health Infrastructure, builders Watpac and AAP, and the redevelopment team, Deb had a tour of the site.

“Seeing the project progress has been very exciting.”

Deb will return to HKH next week when she will host the Budget Road show (20 August) and attend the hospital’s Department of Heads meeting (21 August).

Medical Imaging is moving into their new department at the end of the year.

Steptember flagship team Team Name: Sole Support Sistas Team Captain: Bonnie Yates Why we are taking part: while 60,000 steps a day may scare our soles, it’s nothing compared to the challenges a child with cerebral palsy faces Step Goal: 1,800,000 Team’s greatest strength: EAs who move faster than you could imagine! Team’s greatest weakness: Have you met an EA? Every little thing we do is magic Team Motto: Tough enough to be an EA, crazy enough to love it Team members: Bronwyn Scully, Kristina Boda, Kokila Patel

Sole Support Sistas: Bronwyn Scully, Bonnie Yates, Kokila Patel and Kristina Boda

How to sign up Nominate a team captain to register your team of four at steptember.org.au. You will receive a free pedometer before the Steptember Challenge begins on September 3. To register for free, your team captain will need to use the free code NSLHD2019.


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