Central Adelaide clinicians recognised for improving health services in SA

Congratulations to some of Central Adelaide Local Health Network’s extraordinary researchers and medical, nursing and allied health individuals and teams who were announced as finalists in the 2022 SA Health Awards today.

The awards recognise the commitment of those who work to improve the delivery of health services to the South Australian community.

Well done to the following CALHN finalists:

★ A/Prof Tarik Sammour – Quaternary Pelvic Exenteration Service (Premier’s Award for Excellence)

★ RAH Lung Transplant Team (Premier’s Award for Excellence)

★ Centre for Clinical and Experimental Transplantation – Kidney and Islet Transplantation (Minister’s Research and Innovation)

★ Functional Coronary Angiography – TQEH Cardiology (Minister’s Research and Innovation)

★ The INJECT Program – Managing Needle Fear in Haemodialysis Patients, Central Northern Adelaide Renal and Transplantation Service (Minister’s Research and Innovation)

★ RAH ICU Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) Team (Enhancing Hospital Care)

★ Multi Agency Discharge Event (MADE) program (Excellence in Strengthening Partnerships)

★ Wayville COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Clinic
(Making a Difference)

★ Nicole Loft, Cancer Program (Young Professional of the Year)

Award winners will be announced in November.