Annette Walker Award
Be part of the effort to recognise an outstanding contribution.
This contribution could include (but is not limited to);
- Performance of a task or project that exceeded the requirement of their role
- Demonstrated resilience, passion or an approach that helped or motivated other members of the team
- Displayed a ‘can do’ attitude or commitment to getting things done that realised a positive outcome for the health centre, patients or broader community
- Handled a challenging or difficult situation with a thoughtful approach or capable manner
Nominations will close on 15 December 2015 and the form can be downloaded here.
Previous Annette Walker Award recipients
2013 - Brenda O'Leary, Dental Assistant
Brenda was nominated by colleague Michael Jebreen for her enthusiasm, caring nature and her ability to get things done.
"Her passion for our patients is amazing", says Michael. "She is there genuinely to help them to a better life with dignity. Her passion to give the people we treat good health with dignity to enjoy their lives is her most outstanding quality. Brenda backs this up with her unbelievable ability, resilience and energy".
2014 - Anna Heisar, Registered Nurse
Anna Heisar was nominated by Rhonda Powell and Fiona Wake for her amazing support provided to the nurses from Western Health's structured supply program with RAHC.
"The feedback from the nurses who worked with Anna whilst she was in both the Remote Educator position and the N5 position was incredibly positive", says Fiona. "They described Anna as going above and beyond - especially providing them with a home away from home on their first placement... and most importanly her great support as they worked for the first time in a remote autonomous capacity".