Annual Report 1992-1993 Katherine Hospital Management Board
Tabled Paper 1866
Tabled Papers for 6th Assembly 1990 - 1994; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
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-5 Patient Care Policies The advice of the Board was sought in policy formulation throughout the year and input was provided to the Hospital Bed Management plan. Board Profile Photographs and profiles of Board members have been mounted in a large glassed-in frame. This is now displayed prominently in the Outpatients Department waiting area. Presentation Of Certificates Following the March 1993 meeting, Certificates for long service at Katherine Hospital were presented to staff members. I quote from the minutes of the meeting held 6 April 1993: "The presentation and afternoon tea was attended by the Health Minister's wife, Mrs. Ann Reed, on his behalf, and was a great success. It was noted that staff members who received badges to commemorate more than twenty (20) years service were proudly wearing them in their places of work". Hospital Ball As 1994 is the 60th anniversary of Katherine Hospital, it has been suggested that a ball be held, hosted by the members of the Katherine Hospital Management Board. Planning for this event is well underway. Visitors 1. Dr. John Edgar, Assistant Secretary of Hospital Services Division, Darwin and Mrs. Lois Johnston, Program Director, Hospital Services Division, held meetings with Board members during their visit to explain the changing role of Hospital Boards within the framework of the Northern Territory Department of Health and Community Services.
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