NSLHD News August 26 2022

Setting the course for the district The NSLHD Strategic Plan 2022-2027 has been

Exceptional Care, Leaders in Research, Partners in Wellbeing. “Our vision, together with our Strategic Plan 2022-2027, will guide the future of care in NSLHD,” Deb said. “We look forward to working alongside each of you as we continue to care for our patients, our community and each other.” The strategic plan

launched, providing a framework for how the district delivers care over the next five years. Over 800 staff, patients, carers, members of the local community, clinical leaders, and key partners helped shape the development of the strategic plan, which defines the key priorities and future goals of the district. Chief Executive Deb Willcox thanked the invaluable insight from staff and the community which helps to ensure NSLHD is well placed to deliver high quality care. “Their insights, experiences, individual perspectives and feedback have been incredibly important. We thank them for their contribution in helping to ensure we are well placed to continue to deliver high quality, person-centred care now and in the years ahead,” she said. As part of the new strategic plan, the district has also launched a new vision:

aligns closely with the NSW Health Future

Health: Strategic Framework 2022- 2032. The key priority for both the Future

NSLHD Board Chair Trevor Danos AM FTSE and CE Deb Willcox with the new NSLHD Strategic Plan 2022-2027

Health Strategic Framework and NSLHD Strategic Plan is to deliver personalised healthcare and outcomes that matter most to our patients, carers, consumers

and community. To read NSLHD Strategic Plan 2022-2027 visit the NSLHD website here: https:// bit.ly/3KSa60h

People Matter Employee Survey - You Said, We Did The People Matter Employee Survey (PMES) is open and all staff have the opportunity to have their say until Friday, 16 September. The annual survey of all it is important healthcare workers share their feedback through the survey. NSLHD acting Director of Information Communications

team. Hear from Ann in this short video: https://bit. ly/3QYybXm

For more information about the survey or to review the 2021 results please visit the Staff Engagement page on the intranet.

and Technology (ICT) Ann Mirapuri has been listening to the voices of staff and has created actions that have made a difference for the

public sector staff in NSW is a great opportunity to provide feedback on what is working well in the workplace and what can be improved. Following an incredibly challenging time in health responding to the COVID-19 pandemic,



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