NSW Health Pathology Awards

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The winners of the NSW Health Pathology Awards - now dubbed 'The Pathies' - have been named, on a night filled with glamour, glitz and excitement. 

Highlights included a pun-filled pathology ditty, Exec Director of Medical Services and Clinical Streams Michael Whiley in traditional Bhuatnese finery and a raucous table from Lismore who couldn't get enough.

You can check out all the images from the night here

Outstanding achievements: team categories

 Keeping People Safe and Healthy1

Keeping People Safe and Healthy
Forensic Toxicology Laboratory, Forensic & Analytical Science Service

 Delivering Truly Connected Care1

Delivering Truly Connected Care
Lismore Core Laboratory

Contributing to Better Health and Justice Systems1

Contributing to Better Health and Justice Systems 
Genomics Randwick 

Supporting our People1

Supporting Our People  
Roster Coordination Unit  

 Creating safer, healthier workplaces1

Creating Safer, Healthier Workplaces (Sponsored by icare)
Work Health Safety and Recover @ Work

 Recognising our Pioneering Spirit1

Recognising our Pioneering Spirit  
Tweed Heads Laboratory and John Hunter Cytology Laboratory

 

Outstanding achievements: individual categories

 RITE Staff Member1

RITE Staff Member
Toni Geyer, Hospital Scientist, Goulburn and David Humphries, Mortuary Technician, Nepean

 Collaborative Connected Leader1

Collaborative, Connected Leader
Craig Scowen, Data Scientist, Performance Team

 Research Excellence1

Research Excellence (Sponsored by Charles Sturt University) 
Geoffrey Kershaw, Senior Scientist, Royal Prince Alfred

 Chief Exec Award1

Chief Executive's Award
Forensic Medicine Team, Wollongong

 

Read about all our finalists



Visit here for the list of all nominees
 
Sponsors

NSW Health Pathology is very grateful to the following businesses who have partnered with us to help make this event possible.

Major sponsor - Charles Sturt University

Charles Sturt University is Australia’s top university for graduate employment. Wherever you want to take your career, you can with us. And you can study however suits your lifestyle and work commitments best – online or on campus, full-time or part-time. The choice is yours. Our degrees in medical science prepare you for the essential behind-the-scenes work that goes into the diagnosis of illnesses and the development of effective treatments. You can choose to focus on biotechnology, clinical physiology, clinical science or pathology.

The Bachelor of Medical Science (with specialisation) is an internationally recognised degree with a history that spans more than 25 years. And the pathology specialisation is fully accredited by the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS).

Deepen your research or specialist expertise – and take your career to the next level – with the Master of Medical Science (with specialisations). You’ll develop an integrated understanding of scientific concepts and explore cutting-edge research, as it relates to the private and public sectors, as well as in research institutions. Follow CSU on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook 


Major sponsor - Insurance and Care (icare)

Insurance and Care NSW (icare) protects, insures and cares for the people, businesses and assets of NSW. We operate six NSW Government insurance schemes, one of which, icare Insurance for NSW, provides workers compensation insurance to 193 public sector agencies and their 329,000 workers and 82,000 volunteers across NSW. Insurance for NSW also protects more than $193 billion of the state’s assets, including the iconic Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, as well as critical government infrastructure like schools and hospitals.

At icare Insurance for NSW, we help NSW Government agencies to proactively identify, manage and mitigate risk through our client engagement, risk advisory and risk education services. As part of this, our complimentary Risk Education eXpress (REX) website provides practical and up-to-date programs and resources specifically designed to service the needs of our agency customers. This includes online learning, webinars, podcasts, videos, conferences and hands-on workshops. We design our learning opportunities to be delivered through different pathways to suit varied learning styles, time commitments and locations. Visit REX today to find out more. Follow icare on Twitter and Linked In.

Supporting sponsor - Smart Salary

Smartsalary is the official salary packaging provider to NSW Pathology. Being one of Australia's largest salary packaging companies, we service more than 200 organisations, including many of the Local Health Districts in NSW, Commonwealth and State Governments, major health care groups, and other public benevolent institutions. Over 160,000 people salary package with us. We are honoured to be able to contribute to this important staff awards event program, recognising the achievements and efforts of all in the organisation. Congratulations.”

For more information

The NSW Health Pathology Awards are managed by Strategic Communications and People and Culture.

E: NSWPATH-Awards@health.nsw.gov.au

P: 4920 4080 (Strategic Communications) or 4920 4075 (People and Culture).