A 60-page magazine reporting on how Rural Northwest Health has achieved great things together with its community is available now.
The full colour gloss magazine has stories on new programs and intiatives introduced by the health service. There also articles on community events and on individual community members and their experiences with Rural Northwest Health.
Events and marketing manager Peter Miller has published the magazine and is responsible for its content. Mr Miller said the magazine was sectioned into six chapters.
“The first chapter covers articles on what we’ve been doing well while the second chapter is about the team results we have achieved using our training based around the FISH principles,” Mr Miller said.
“The third chapter covers our projects based on the new strategic plan and the fourth chapter is on how we have listened to the community and responded,” he said.
“There is something for everyone and readers can learn about what their health service has to offer its community.”
The 2017 Quality Account is a free publication available at all three Rural Northwest Health campuses. Just ask at reception for a copy.
Copies are also available at Warracknabeal Newsagency, Warracknabeal Opportunity Shop, Creekside Hotel, Café Pharmaccino, Warracknabeal Pharmacy, Hopetoun Newsagency, Gateway BEET, Beulah Business and Information Centre and McPherson’s Brim General Store.
An electronic version is available on this website by clicking the document on the Publications page or by clicking the link below.