For some reason, I get emails from CEDA South Australia (don’t get me on to CEDA, more generally). This invitation appeared in my inbox under the heading:
2013 Health Review.
Here’s the quite sickening (geddit?) blurb for the event at which the sacked Treasurer, Jack Snelling, will present as Minister for Health.
With the health and community services sector now the State’s biggest employer and SA’s average age the oldest across mainland Australia, health reform remains critical to South Australia’s prosperity.Now just over half-way through the Government’s 2007-2016 Health Care Plan, which was released in 2007, outlining the most significant single investment in health care in South Australia’s history – the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, join newly appointed Minister for Health the Hon Jack Snelling MP as we undertake a “health” check of the sector.With construction already well underway, the new Royal Adelaide Hospital will be the cornerstone of the reformed South Australian health system, harnessing the latest in architectural design to create a healing environment for patients and a positive working environment for staff, all while minimising the building’s environmental footprint.The new Royal Adelaide Hospital will remain a major teaching hospital and being adjacent to the new South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHRMI) will create a dynamic health precinct for the city.With this background, CEDA is delighted to welcome key leaders from accross the Health Sector to provide their insight and understanding of the opportunities (and challenges) we face to deliver healthier outcomes for all.