Strategy 2013 – 2017

Bairnsdale Regional Health Service operates under a guiding Vision, Role Statement and a set of Strategic Objectives, Organisational Principles and Trademark Behaviours that define our organisation.

In May 2014 we officially launched our 2013 – 2017 Strategic Plan. This launch was to the community of East Gippsland and was attended by our Federal member of Parliament Darren Chester MP, Mayor of East Gippsland
Cr Mark Reeves, Cr Jeff McNeil alongside representatives from staff, community and business groups and our auxiliaries.

he Strategic Plan was developed through a process of detailed community and staff consultation in late 2012.

The outcome is that the Plan provides a clear direction to the organisation for 2013-2017, but more importantly it confirms a common vision and aspiration for the organisation to ensure it meets the needs of the community into the future.

Recognising the significant change undergone at BRHS in recent times, the plan also captures our focus on good governance and clear goals.

Strategic Objectives Goals
1. High Quality, Effective Care 1.1   Evidence based models of care are in place and measurable
1.2   High quality integrated systems support our care delivery
1.3   A person centred care approach underpins our models of care
1.4   Service provision meets the needs of the community
2. Skilled, Motivated & Valued Workforce 2.1   BRHS workforce has the capacity and capability to meet service requirements
2.2   Staff are engaged, valued and accountable
2..3   Volunteers are an integrated and vital part of the organisation
3. Accountability, Sustainability & Governance 3.1   BRHS is governed by a skilled and effective Board
3.2   BRHS effectively plans for its future resource needs
3.3   BRHS is an environmentally responsible organisation
3.4   Integrated systems are in place to enhance decision making at BRHS
4. Leadership & Partnership 4.1   BRHS has collaborative partnerships that support strategic directions
4.2   BRHS has a strong reputation as a leader of regional health care