Mater Staff Long Service Awards

Wednesday, 3 September 2008

On Wednesday 3 September 2008 more than 150 people celebrated the commitment and long service of Mater staff at the Staff Long Service Awards.

Awards were presented by Mater Chairman of the Board Professor John McAuliffe, Mater CEO Dr John O’Donnell, Congregation Leader Sister Sandra Lupi RSM and members of the Mater Executive Committee.

Host of the event, Executive Director of People and Learning Caroline Hudson, commended the recipients for their ongoing contribution and commitment to Mater, and its Mission and Values.

There are few organisations that can claim to have so many with such extraordinary service as our staff at Mater.

Today is about celebrating their dedication to Mater and their commitment to the health care journey that the Sisters of Mercy began in Brisbane more than 100 years ago.

Caroline Hudson,
Executive Director of People and Learning

The annual awards ceremony recognises the service of staff and volunteers who have achieved 10 years or more of service at Mater, with recipients honoured every five years thereafter. This year’s ceremony recognised staff and volunteers who reached their applicable milestones throughout 2007.

More than 250 staff and volunteers reached a milestone in 2007, with Clinical Pathology Technician Robyn Manko the longest serving, having dedicated 40 years of service to Mater.

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    Clinical Pathology Technician Robyn Manko, dedicating 40 years of service to Mater with Chairman of Mater Staff Long Service Awards

To ensure we continue our commitment to meet the health care needs of the community, Mater has developed business strategies which address the issues of financial, social and environmental sustainability.

This website has been developed in accord with these strategies, and is the accompaniment to a summary document printed on recycled paper.