May 12, 2021
Across Evolution Healthcare we are proud to celebrate all our wonderful Nurses and clinical staff.
Following on from previous years, the ICN’s overarching theme for International Nurses Day is Nurses: A Voice to Lead; with a sub-theme for 2021 of A Vision for Future Healthcare.
Worldwide the pandemic pressures exposed many disruptions to the way health care is provided to patients. Across Evolution our clinical staff quickly adapted to a new way of working, with many leading us through our lockdowns and Alert Level changes with confidence.
“Over the past year we have all worked through significant changes and I personally thank all our clinical staff members. You have all been at the heart of supporting new models of clinical care across our Group,” says Sue Channon, Chief Executive Officer, Evolution Healthcare.
“You have worked tirelessly to ensure the safety of all people in our care are met, adapted to changing policies and different Alert Level protocols. We are all so grateful for the exceptional support you provide to people in our care, and to each other,” she said.
Here’s how we’ve helped people in our communities:
“Can’t say enough how welcoming and helpful all the staff are at Royston, 5-star treatment.”
Royston Hospital, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
“Thank you…truly wonderful nurses, amazing doctor and anesthetist. You all showed such great care looking after our little girl.”
Bowen Hospital, Wellington, New Zealand
“I am at home now after having open heart surgery for a new heart valve. My week in here was fantastic. The nursing staff here are so on to it. Everybody I met was so helpful to myself and my wife. thank you to everybody that works here.”
Wakefield Hospital, Wellington, New Zealand
“My husband had a bilateral double knee replacement and spent 7 days in Waratah, the nurses were totally amazing. Nothing was too hard or a bother for them.”
Waratah Private Hospital, NSW, Australia
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