ISHC nominated for a Premier’s Award for Public Service

5 September 2018

We’re delighted to share that we’ve been nominated for a Premier’s Award. The awards, on 7th November 2018, recognise ‘excellence in the delivery of public services to the NSW community by the public sector, not-for-profit organisations and private businesses.’


The Integrated Skin Cancer Clinic at Miranda has established a breakthrough approach to specialist care, where specialists, GPs and surgeons are housed under the same roof, offering a better service at a lower cost to patients. The Integrated Skin Cancer Clinic has been nominated in the category of ‘Improving government services’. The award category ‘recognises those who have worked on programs, initiatives, innovations or improvements that contribute to improving customer satisfaction with government services.’


Congratulations to the winning team, the Aboriginal Housing Office for Reducing Energy Bill Stress in Aboriginal Social Housing for their work in installing solar power in Aboriginal social housing properties in Dubbo, and giving tenants the opportunity to have their existing debts eliminated. Other nominated teams include the State Insurance Regulatory Authority, for CTP reform, FACS Housing, for the Housing Connect Program, Transport for NSW, for the Public Transport Information and Priority System, and. Congratulations also to Dr Antionette Anazado of the The Sydney Children’s Hospital Network, who won the individual award for her work creating the first integrated public oncofertility service. Rocco Sergi of the Botanic Gardens & Centennial Parklands was also a nominee for this award.


We were honoured to be nominated and be amongst such outstanding company.