A positive patient experience is at the centre of everything we do and we rely on the efforts of our dedicated employees and volunteers to deliver the overall goal of the organisation. That’s why Albury Wodonga Health’s (AWH) vision is “the Best of Health”. Together with our community we look to provide a health service that’s purpose is to deliver safe, reliable, responsive patient care.
To achieve our vision we believe in and are guided by our values which determine our behaviours
Our Purpose - to deliver safe, reliable, responsive patient care
Our Values -
- Ethical: Both in our clinical endeavour and our business practices we will be just in all our dealings.
- Teamwork: Esprit de corp, harmony, partnership and unity are valued.
- Respect: Appreciation of the worth of others and regard for their contribution is inherent.
- Trust: Confidence that all are doing their best, honestly and positively.
- Accountability: Understanding that all bear a personal responsibility to our community.
- Compassion: Consideration, empathy and humanity are given freely to our patients and staff alike.
- Equity: Fairness, integrity and justice are apparent in our actions.
- Patient and Client Focused: Our purpose is to serve our patients and clients in order to achieve the Vision and Purpose of Albury Wodonga Health.
AWH is committed to having a diverse workforce through equal opportunity. We celebrate the diversity of different ages, gender, ethnicity, physical ability, sexual orientation, religious belief, work experience, educational background, and consider it an incredible benefit to our organisation and community that we serve to have a culturally diverse workforce.
We are an inclusive employer welcoming people from all backgrounds, and are increasingly investing more time and efforts in creating a disability confident organisation, which ensures inclusion and enables employment for people with disability.
Aboriginal Employment Plan
As part of AWH’s commitment to workforce diversity, inclusion and service access for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities, the Aboriginal Employment Plan will assist in the employment of Aboriginal people in both clinical and non-clinical roles within the organisation. More importantly, Aboriginal people employed through the Aboriginal Employment Plan will be part of the overall AWH team and not necessarily in Identified Aboriginal positions; ensuring that Aboriginal employees are an integrated and valued AWH staff member.
Employing Aboriginal people across all departments will assist in developing a culturally responsive organisation that promotes the benefit of preventative health services and the importance of accessing health services at the earliest opportunity. Both will greatly assist in closing the unacceptable gap that currently exists between the health outcomes of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and the wider Victoria community.