Monthly Archives: December 2016

Christmas spirit in full swing

Staff across CGHS are to be congratulated on the wonderful – and very creative – Christmas decoration displays.  Everyone joined the Christmas spirit and hopefully staff had as much fun setting up their displays as judges, CEO Frank Evans and … Continue reading

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Maccas praise for “Partners”

 Two students in the “Partners in Training” at CGHS have been recognised for their management skills.  In their “other lives”, Tammara Berkelmans and Krystle Smith are both managers with McDonalds in Sale.  The owners of the two outlets in Traralgon … Continue reading

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Challenging year for CGHS

Central Gippsland Health Service finished the financial year with a surplus of $259,000. “This is a strong result and testimony to the efforts of so many,” CGHS chairman Glenn Stagg told the annual general meeting on Thursday night. CGHS had … Continue reading

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Good communication is essential

Central Gippsland Health Service has made a commitment to the community to keep improving communication between medical staff and patients. CGHS chief executive officer Dr Frank Evans, gave this assurance to guests at Thursday’s annual meeting of the service which … Continue reading

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Make sure you’re okay at Christmas

This year has seen 24 “amazing people” (staff and community members) train in ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training). That is 24 more people who have more confidence in having a discussion with someone they feel at risk of suicide. … Continue reading

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When it’s not right, report it

Victoria’s independent anti-corruption commission launched its first behaviour change campaign last week. The campaign called ‘When something’s not right. Report it’ will help build understanding of public sector corruption and encourage Victorians to report it. The behaviour change campaign is … Continue reading

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