Following completion of its annual survey across KwaZulu-Natal’s South Coast, consulting, research and risk management company, PMR.africa has awarded Netcare Margate Hospital a Diamond Arrow Award – the highest possible rating – in the private hospital/clinics category.
The awards were announced at the recent KwaZulu-Natal South Coast Business Excellence Awards breakfast hosted by PMR.africa at the St Michaels Sands Hotel, St Michaels on Sea. The awards are the culmination of a research process whereby companies and institutions were rated against the following criteria: companies or institutions that have done the most to enhance the economic growth and development of KwaZulu-Natal’s South Coast, levels of managerial expertise, implementation of corporate governance, brand awareness, and levels of innovation.
Pic: Netcare Margate Hospital was recently awarded a Diamond Arrow Award, the highest possible rating, in the private hospital/clinics category of the PMR.africa KwaZulu-Natal South Coast’sBusiness Excellence Awards The awards were announced at a breakfast held at the St Michaels Sands Hotel, St Michaels on Sea on the South Coast. There to receive the award were some members of the hospital management team, from left to right: Leonie Mortlock, pharmacy manager; Sarah Mckaw, nursing manager; Brett Windvogel, technical manager; and Darryn Horsley, financial manager.
Commenting on the award, Craig Murphy, regional director for Netcare’s coastal region hospitals, says the acknowledgement serves as testament to the fact that Netcare Margate Hospital continues to uphold and deliver on Netcare’s values of care, dignity, participation, truth and passion.
“Getting positive feedback from the people of the South Coast is perhaps the best indicator of whether we are achieving our service objectives, and this award is evidence that the hospital team are doing just that. We are delighted to have been recognised as the top private hospital on the South Coast.”
Netcare Margate Hospital general manager, Rob Ferreira, believes that winning an award for organisational excellence in the healthcare sector is not an easy feat.
“An award of this nature requires an on-going commitment to service excellence and professionalism at all levels and in all we do. It is an acknowledgement of our commitment to service excellence across all spheres of our service and that we are making a valuable contribution to the community and South Coast region. And while we are honoured by the award we will continue to always aim higher in providing each person who place their trust in our hands with the best and safest care,” he concludes.
Issued by: Martina Nicholson Associates (MNA) on behalf of Netcare Margate Hospital
Contact: Martina Nicholson, Graeme Swinney, Meggan Saville or Estene Lotriet-Vorster
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