Aspen Medical celebrates a decade providing healthcare at Puckapunyal
Members of our team have celebrated 10 years serving Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel at the at Puckapunyal Military Area health centre.
The team were presented with medals marking their 10 years with the company at a special morning tea. The celebrations continued that evening with a formal dinner.
Glenn Keys, Aspen Medical’s Executive Director and co-founder, was joined in thanking the team for their service by management colleagues from Aspen Medical’s Defence On-base Health Services (DOHS) team, representatives of Joint Health Command (JHC) and Medibank Health Solutions (MHS).
“Pucka has a special place in the hearts of all those working with Aspen Medical. This was our first contract providing healthcare to the ADF and it allowed us to show what we were capable of.
“Because of the success of our healthcare services at Pucka we were able to grow Aspen Medical with confidence and provide further support to the ADF at home and overseas, and our outstanding team at Pucka helped to make that happen,” said Keys.
Members of the team who received formal recognition included Grahame Ferguson (RN/Nurse Coordinator), Heather Ferguson (RN), Jenny Tennant (RN), Amanda Williams (RN), Annette Brennan (RN), Sharon Ross (EEN), Tony Waite (Physiotherapist) and Dr Mariam Manib (Medical Officer).
Between them, the team has over 200 years of experience in healthcare. Registered Nurse Grahame Ferguson has been practicing nursing for 35 years and has been at the Puckapunyal Military Area health centre since 1995. Grahame trained at a Veterans’ hospital in Sydney and has been fortunate to have nursed soldiers from every conflict from WW1 through to Afghanistan.
Photo (left to right): Tony Waite, Grahame Ferguson, Amanda Williams, Dr Mariam Manib, Jenny Tennant, Sharon Ross, Heather Ferguson and Glenn Keys (absent from the photo was Annette Brennan)