NSW State branch awards

Prizes and Awards Presented at the 2016 Graduation Ceremony

Stan Williams Young Leader Awards

The criteria for these awards are based on overall contribution to the College, evaluations from their placement organisations, consistent academic achievement and demonstration of commitment to the profession of Health Service Management.

1st Year Intern 2015: Briege Eve

Briege Eva is an outstanding emerging health leader across all aspects of the HMIP with exceptional grades in the first year of the Master of Health Administration. She was successful in securing a WHO Internship seconded position in Manila during the latter part of 2015. She is currently a Member on the Emerging Health Leaders Committee and has made significant contributions to major events in the EHL space. Briege consistently receives positive feedback from her placement organisation, Sydney Children's Hospital Network and is a valued leader amongst other interns.

2nd Year Trainee 2015: Edmund Ng

Edmund Ng has been an exceptional Trainee and made significant contributions to the health sector and young leaders during the 2 years placed at South Eastern Local Health District. He has been a Trainee Representative on the Branch Council, a founding Member of the Emerging Health Leaders Committee and actively involved with the recruitment process of future HMIP intakes. Edmund's academic record in completing the Master of Health Administration is exemplary and he has graduated with distinction. He is a highly respected leader amongst other Interns and colleagues with which he has worked.

Placement Organisation of the Year: Western Sydney Local Health District

The criteria for Placement Organisation of the Year is based on how the placement provided for wide, varied and interesting experiences to extend the Interns understanding and knowledge. In addition, the level of commitment and support provided to the Interns by Senior Executive though opportunities and mentoring at the highest level.

Western Sydney Local Health District has also demonstrated a long-term commitment to the NSW Health Graduate Health Management Program by involvement in the recruitment process and accepting Interns for several years. They provide a structured and well supported development program for their Interns and the retention rate is extremely high, many former Interns now hold senior positions within the Organisation.