Allied Health and Flanagan Staff Recognised for Most Improved Rehabilitation Outcomes

On the Flanagan Ward this week to celebrate the good news were Suzanne McArthur, Lindy Gray, Val Wilson, Donna Dewar, Su Poh and Lisa Wheeldon. Photo: Jake Lynch/BRHS


The hard work pays off.

Staff in Allied Health and the Flanagan Ward received much-deserved recognition of their effort to improve rehabilitation services at BRHS, with several commendations recently from the Australian Rehabilitation Outcomes Centre (AROC).

AROC last month awarded BRHS a Certificate of Achievement for Most Improved Rehabilitation Outcomes amongst Victorian Public Rehabilitation Services.

“This is a terrific achievement,” said Director of Clinical Operations Bernadette Hammond. “The collaborative efforts of the Flanagan and Allied Health teams have made a significant improvement to our rehab services in recent years, and it’s wonderful to see that effort recognised at the highest level.”

AROC also awarded BRHS certificates of encouragement in recognition of Improved Ortho Fracture Rehabilitation Outcomes and Improved Ortho Replacements Rehabilitation Outcomes.

Congratulations to all staff that have worked toward this excellent achievement.