Public Sector Updates – North West

West Coast District Hospital

Change Proposal for Shift Roster Extension

West Coast District Hospital and the ANMF have received a change proposal from the Tasmanian Health Service (THS) regarding an extension to the current 12-hour shift roster. View the latest update.

Mersey Community Hospital (MCH)

Medical Ward Benchmarking

The ANMF has received correspondence from THS North West management regarding benchmarking for the Mersey Community Hospital (MCH) Medical Ward. View the latest update.

North West Regional Hospital (NWRH) Emergency Department (ED)

Completion of Benchmarking

Benchmarking has been completed for the North West Regional Hospital (NWRH) Emergency Department (ED). Please click the following link for details on the proposed benchmarking and member survey for benchmarking endorsement. View the latest update. 

The ANMF Connects with North West Hospitals and Members for Government Offer Insights

ANMF representatives recently visited hospitals in the North West, actively engaging with members to gather feedback on the Government offer. Flyers promoting a “Refer a Friend” campaign were also distributed during these visits, enhancing member participation and involvement.

The ANMF Extends Appreciation to Mental Health and Emergency Nurses on the Coast

Last week, the ANMF expressed heartfelt appreciation to mental health and emergency nurses by making site visits across the coast. The purpose was to acknowledge their dedication and hard work, emphasising their crucial role in healthcare.

The ANMF Enhances Member Engagement in Aged Care Facilities

ANMF Member Engagement Officer, Kathy is actively reaching out to nursing homes in the North West, highlighting the ANMF’s valued care and support for nurse and care worker members in aged care. Recent visits to Wynyard Care Centre, Eliza Purton, and Mt St Vincent emphasised this commitment.

The ANMF Strengthens Engagement in the Public Sector

ANMF officials have taken proactive steps to engage with members in the public sector. They have distributed informative flyers, updated Union notice boards, and fostered interactions with members at NWRH and MCH. This initiative aims to keep members informed and connected within the sector.

Updates correct as at 18 October 2023.
Authorised by Emily Shepherd, ANMF Tasmanian Branch Secretary

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