Monthly Archives: June 2015

NAIDOC Week celebration

A flag raising ceremony will again be held outside CGHS in Sale to mark NAIDOC Week celebrations. The ceremony this Monday (July 6) will be led by CGHS Koori liaison officer Sandra Neilson. NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders … Continue reading

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Art competition

An art competition is being run in conjunction with CGHS NAIDOC Week celebrations and departments are being urged to submit entries. Departments are being asked to design and display the art work throughout NAIDOC Week with the displays being judged … Continue reading

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Mystery photos

Yes, there’s no mystery about this month’s mystery photos…they are bed pans! But Librarian Helen Ried is trying to date them; one enamel (left) and the other porcelain. Can you help? It was great to get some feedback to last month’s mystery … Continue reading

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Save the date!

The annual CGHS Bicycle Relay will be held on the weekend of 14 and 15 November. It’s time to save the date and start thinking about forming your teams. The ride is from Sale to Lake Tyers and return (about … Continue reading

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New Clinical Governance Framework

Central Gippsland Health Service’s core value with regard to quality and safety is to achieve excellence with the client at the centre. To “live” our value, we have been working to embed a quality culture where our patients and clients … Continue reading

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No need for alarm!

Visitors to CGHS in Sale would have been surprised last week to be greeted by some units from the Sale Fire Brigade outside the front entrance. It was a false alarm but great to see prompt action from all involved.

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Get your flu shot

A number of CGHS staff have still not responded to the current flu vaccination campaign. According to Cathy Mowat from the Infection Control Office, 69 per cent of staff have been vaccinated with 12 per cent declining. That represents 713 … Continue reading

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