Mount Druitt Hospital leads the charge on People Matter survey

Mount Druitt Hospital emergency department registered nurses Aman Dhanju and   Harmanjot Kaur,  clerical officer Narelle Hosking and emergency department registered nurse Joanna Le-Surf have completed their People Matters survey. 

Mount Druitt Hospital is inching closer towards winning a $5,000 prize in the race to become the service with the most 2019 People Matter surveys completed.

The facility is coming in at first place with a 57 per cent completion rate, followed by Auburn Hospital at 37 per cent. Across the Local Health District the total response rate is 18 per cent.

Auburn Hospital’s operations director Debbie Sharpe delivers People Matter survey snacks to the after hours staff in the medical imaging department at Auburn Hospital. 

Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) People and Culture director Luci Caswell has thanked everyone who has taken the time to complete the survey.

“I appreciate staff taking time to share their thoughts,” Luci said.

“If you haven’t done the survey already, take the time to do so. You’ll be able to have your say on our services, management and your working environment.”

All responses are anonymous and the results are compiled independently by ORC International on behalf of the Public Service Commission.

People Matter 2019 is open to NSW Health staff only and closes on 28 June.

To complete the survey, visit: