It’s been a great month for awards in the Health Services sector with a long-time client of Hames Sharley, Kate Copeland, honoured with the Australasian College of Health Service Management’s Gold Medal.
A member of the ACHSM Board from 2001 to 2016, Kate is currently Senior Director, Clinical Infrastructure, Health Infrastructure Branch, Queensland Department of Health.
The Gold Medal, which was presented at the Annual General Meeting in Brisbane, aims to promote and motivate the pursuit of excellence and recognition of outstanding leadership in delivering health services in Australasia, and we can testify that Kate richly deserves the honour.
Hames Sharley also won big at the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Awards earlier this month for its role in the University of Queensland Oral Health Centre, by Cox Rayner Architects in association with Hames Sharley and Conrad Gargett Riddel.
Taking home three separate architecture awards – The Daryl Jackson Award for Educational Architecture; and the National Awards for Interior Architecture and Sustainable Architecture – Hames Sharley’s National Health Portfolio Director, Warren Kerr AM said, “It is a great privilege to be asked to undertake projects that contribute so much to the delivery of healthcare services and professional training for the dental profession.”
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