Executive Messages

January 2020

Our leadership structures

30/1/20

We are continuing to explore the leadership structures for our facilities, services, and clinical areas.

 

Over the past 6 months, five facility and service consultation groups, and a clinical consultation group have reviewed and discussed options to improve our governance.

 

We now have proposed leadership structures for Westmead Hospital, Blacktown and Mount Druitt Hospital, Auburn Hospital, Drug Health Services, Oral Health Services, and the clinical networks – please click here for details.

 

Under the proposed leadership structures, the General Managers and Service Directors would continue to lead the operational management and delivery of healthcare within our facilities and services. The proposed clinical networks would provide strategic clinical leadership at the District level.

Your feedback

 

Thanks to everyone who attended a staff forum over the past couple of weeks to ask questions and find out more about how the proposed structures would work in their facility or service.

 

Your input is important to make sure that we get this right and that our leadership structures support our teams in doing what they do best and providing the best possible care to our patients.

 

Please send any comments to WSLHD-OfficeOfTheCE@health.nsw.gov.au by close of business on Friday 14 February.

 

Regards

 

Graeme Loy

WSLHD Chief Executive

WSLHD Safety Symposium, Wednesday 4 March

30/1/20

Dear colleagues,

 

The safety and wellbeing of our staff and patients is my highest priority.

 

We will be hosting a WSLHD Safety Symposium to bring staff together with policy makers and community leaders to discuss how we can create a culture of staff safety and promote wellbeing at work.

 

Click to watch this short video to find out more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

​Symposium details

 

  • Date: Wednesday 4 March

  • Time: 8.00am (registration for 8.30am start) to 4.00pm

  • Venue: Doltone House Darling Island, 48 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont (opposite The Star)

 

Doltone House Darling Island is easily accessible by train, light rail, bus and ferry. Parking stations are also available nearby if you want to car pool with colleagues. For more information, see Doltone House Directions or visit www.transportnsw.info.

 

Register your interest

 

Click here to register your interest in attending by Friday 14 February.

 

This initiative is part of our culture work to improve the experience of our staff – I hope you can be part of it.

 

Regards

 

Graeme Loy

WSLHD Chief Executive

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