Evolution celebrates employee appreciation day

Evolution celebrates employee appreciation day

Posted on March 4, 2021

The first Friday of March each year marks a significant day where employers celebrate their greatest asset, their amazing people!

Across Evolution, we are proud to celebrate our fantastic Group of over 600 staff, all striving to provide continued excellence in the health and wellbeing of the people in our care.

Every day our people demonstrate their commitment to our Group’s purpose and values of integrity, commitment, collaboration, and innovation. Their excellence shines through from the many positive customer testimonials and satisfaction responses including our hospital’s high Net Promotor Score.

Sue Channon, Chief Executive Officer, reflects on the year past and how well the Group has navigated the many challenges thrown their way, both professionally and personally.

“Our staff continued to collaborate and achieve so much – from our Quality Awards, achieving our development program across our facilities, all while delivering outstanding care to every person that came to us. Thank you for all the exceptional support you provide to people in our care, and to each other.”

Here’s how we’ve helped people in communities:

“Just had a surgery at Wakefield and the treatment by all staff was amazing! They always checked on me, made sure that I was comfortable, made sure my pain was under control and were all round lovely. Thank you so much for looking after me ❤️” – Vanessa Cole
Wakefield Hospital, Wellington, New Zealand

“Great care for my son the staff were lovely and food was yum! I got to stay with my son too overnight which was great of the staff to let us do that! Thanks Bowen Hospital.” – Julia Cottle
Bowen Hospital, Wellington, New Zealand

“Wonderful hospital very friendly staff and very efficient food was excellent.” – Susan Hart
Royston Hospital, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand

“My husband had a bilateral double knee replacement and spent 7 days in Waratah, the nurses were totally amazing. Nothing was too hard or a bother for them.” – Lyn Roach
Waratah Private Hospital, NSW, Australia

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