Ramsay Health Care was established by Paul Ramsay, in Sydney, Australia, in 1964 and has grown to become a global hospital group operating over 220 hospitals and day surgery facilities across Australia, France, the United Kingdom, Indonesia and Malaysia. It is one of the top five private hospital operators in the world.
Ramsay Health Care facilities cater for a broad range of health care needs from day surgery procedures to highly complex surgery, as well as psychiatric care and rehabilitation. With circa 25,000 beds, the Company employs over 60,000 staff across five countries and treats almost 3 million patients each year.
Ramsay Health Care is one of Australia’s leading healthcare stocks. Since listing on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1997, the Company has continued to maintain sustainable levels of profitability through strong financial management over many years, while being a leading and respected provider of health care services. Focusing on relationships with staff and doctors - and delivering high quality outcomes for patients - has been at the forefront of its success.
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CRANAplus – for all Remote Health Professionals.
CRANAplus exists to ensure the delivery of safe, high quality primary healthcare to remote and isolated areas of Australia. We are an affordable, grassroots, not-for profit, membership based organisation that has provided over 30 years of education, support and professional services for the multi-disciplinary remote health workforce.
Our membership is made up of multi-disciplinary health professionals who work in remote areas, have a desire to undertake remote work or have a keen interest in the sector. Our aim is to ensure that those who choose to work in this often demanding sector, are as prepared as they can be for the challenges they will face.
Our generous individual donors.
Individual donate in many ways. Whether it be by way of a generous donation, volunteering or any other form contribution, please accept our sincere thanks.
Thank you from the bottom of our heart