The winners of the Australian Private Hospitals Association (APHA) 2022 Awards For Excellence were announced at a gala dinner in Adelaide on 4 April 2022.
The founder of a global exercise approach for people with Parkinson's disease and a specialist housing and healthcare medical practice team are the 2022 winners for the HESTA Impact Awards.
2021 ACHS Gold Medal winner Christine Gee shares her journey from an Internal Reliever to a CEO.
Health leaders, doctors, paramedics, volunteers and COVID-19 responders are among the 1040 Australians recognised in the 2022 Australia Day Honours List.
An app to combat communication challenges with older people due to COVID-19 mask wearing, a program to support bereaved children and work to reduce social isolation, poverty and ill health for young mothers are on the 2022 HESTA Impact Awards shortlist.
The National Awards for Disability Leadership have recognised the achievements of seven disability leaders.
Christine Gee, CEO of Toowong Private Hospital in Brisbane and former President of the Australian Private Hospitals Association (APHA), has been awarded the ACHS Gold Medal 2021.
Michelle Stares has been appointed as CEO of The George Centre, the new paediatric and maternity private hospital in Sydney’s southwest.
Migration Council Australia (MCA) has appointed Dr Vijay Roach as Chair of the Migrant and Refugee Health Partnership (the Partnership).
The National Asthma Council Australia (NAC) has appointed Bill Petch as the new CEO.
HESTA Super Fund and the Australian Medical Association have joined more than 55 health and medical groups in signing the letter.
The CEO of Person Centred Software Australia, Tammy Sherwood, shares her experience of being a leader in the aged-care industry.
This International Women's Day, four inspirational women tell us what #ChooseToChallenge means to them and women in health care.
According to more than 21,000 doctors in training, the quality of their training is generally high, but concerns persist regarding the culture of medicine.
New appointments at the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation will see the organisation refocusing its mission to support research, advocacy and awareness of brain cancer in Australia.