AGPAL & QIP Excellence Awards 2016 – Finalists Announced!
We are excited to announce the finalists of the AGPAL and QIP Excellence Awards!
We were delighted to receive a large volume of high calibre nominations from around the nation, which were judged by a panel of industry experts. We thank each and every one of these teams for taking the time to submit their entries against our award categories.
Please join us in congratulating our QIP Award finalists below:
QIP Chair Health Service of the Year 2013 – 2014/15
- Bankstown Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre
- Physio Plus Mackay
- Philip Wood Physiotherapy
- Recover Wise Physio and Pilates
QIP Community Organisation of the Year 2013 – 2014/15
Due to the high calibre and volume of submissions for this award category we now have two sub-categories within this award – Innovative service delivery within the Community Services Sector and Excellence in partnerships, with an emphasis on diversity and inclusive practice, within the Community Services Sector. An excellence recipient will be awarded under each sub-category and recognised as one of two QIP Community Organisation of the Year recipients.
Innovative service delivery within the Community Services Sector
- Grampians Community Health
- Mind Australia
- Merri Health
Excellence in partnerships, with an emphasis on diversity and inclusive practice, within the Community Services Sector
- Aboriginal Alcohol & Drug Service Inc (AADS)
- Cobaw Community Health Services Ltd
- Council for Aboriginal Alcohol Program Services (CAAPS)
- Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia (AHCWA)
Join us in recognising our award recipients, announced at the Gala Dinner ‘A Garden Soiree’ on Friday 27 May during the AGPAL and QIP 2016 Conference. Register your attendance at www.agpalqipconference.com.au.
To view our AGPAL Award finalists click here.