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Sue’s opinion a winner

 

GIPPSLAND Southern Health Service encouraged everyone to provide feedback on their Annual Quality of Care Report this year.

As an incentive, everyone who provided feedback went into a draw to win a Christmas hamper.

All responses received are collated and help GSHS develop future reports that will incorporate suggestions for improvement.

Last year the health service only received three completed feedback forms and this year received 68.

The Quality of Care report is designed to increase community awareness about GSHS, and the approach it takes toward providing high quality care for patients, clients, carers, residents and their families.

The report demonstrates GSHS’s commitment to the delivery of safe care and includes commentary on the key quality improvement projects it has undertaken, along with stories from patients, consumers and staff to highlight some of the quality improvement efforts made during the year.

Whilst the competition has closed, GSHS is still welcoming feedback on the report which can be obtained at both the Korumburra and Leongatha hospitals.

The report may also be viewed, and the feedback form completed, online at www.gshs.com.au.

Christmas bonus: winner of Gippsland Southern Health Service’s raffle, Sue Wright, receives her hamper from CEO Mark Johnson.

Christmas bonus: winner of Gippsland Southern Health Service’s raffle, Sue Wright, receives her hamper from CEO Mark Johnson.

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