NSLHD News December 17 2021

CE Deb Willcox with Hornsby Hospital staff and their new pins

New pin helps commemorate COVID-19 contribution The pandemic has shaped the lives of almost

contribution,” Deb said. “It’s a very small token of our appreciation, but a symbol of our thanks and recognition of our staff’s contribution to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020-21. “We can proudly say ‘we did it and we did it together’. The challenges of living with the virus are far from over, but I’m cautiously optimistic.” The pin has been specially designed, with a shield on the front representing protection against the virus, while the white cross symbolises healthcare and the efforts of staff to protect and care for the community. All staff members will receive a pin, in the coming weeks and into the New Year.

everyone for almost the past two years, but none more so than people working in healthcare. As a token of appreciation, staff members across our district have started to receive a special edition pin, commemorating their efforts against COVID-19 to date, with deliveries beginning to take place across the district. Chief Executive Deb Willcox was on hand to personally hand out some of the pins to staff. “We’re a part of history, and we wanted to provide staff with something lasting that they may look back on in the years to come and reminisce on their important and historic

CE Deb Willcox with Hornsby Hospital ED Dr Andrew Brown

CE Deb Willcox handing out pins at Mona Vale Hospital



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