St. Basil’s Homes NSW/ACT members re-elect Board of Directors at AGM to bring dignity, joy and quality care to more ageing Australians as part of its strategic plan under the leadership of Archbishop Makarios

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St. Basil’s Homes NSWACT -2 3 Δεκ, 2021

The St. Basil’s Homes NSW/ACT Board of Directors was re-elected at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on 30th November 2021.

 

With more than fifty people in attendance at the AGM including His Eminence Archbishop Makarios, the Board of Directors, Members, Executive and staff of St. Basil’s NSW/ACT, the organisation’s members confidently re-elected Mr James Jordan, Dr Theo Penklis, Mr Greg Gav, Mr Spiros Arvanitakis and Mr Kos Dimitriou to the Board of Directors.

 

James Jordan, re-elected Chairman of the Board of St. Basil’s NSW/ACT says “A key discussion point at the AGM was the recently released St. Basil’s five-year strategic plan that involves ambitious plans to bring joy and quality care to more ageing Australians as well as to look to continuous improvements across all of its services.”

 

“These plans which are underway were welcomed and supported by our Members.”

 

“Our organisation will continue its mission to deliver quality services that support the individual needs of ageing Australians, including Greek Australians,” adds Mr Jordan.

 

The Board is responsible for providing strategic leadership to St. Basil’s NSW/ACT within a framework of prudent and effective controls and establishing the organisation’s vision, mission, and values underpinned by the Aged Care Quality Standards in the interests of its consumers, stakeholders and the communities in which it operates.

Ms Maria Kokkinakos who has served the organisation as Director since 2012 retired from her Board position at the AGM.

 

“On behalf of St. Basil’s, we thank Ms Maria Kokkinakis for her  selfless dedication and contribution to enhancing our organisation as a volunteer on our Board.”

 

“Ms Kokkinakis made a tremendous contribution to the organisation through her vast expertise and experiences in the health sector, and will be sorely missed,” adds Mr Jordan.

 

St Basil’s Aged Care NSW/ACT, an activity of the Greek Archdiocese of Australia, cares for ageing Australians across Sydney and the ACT using quality accredited best-practices in health and safety, a qualified and compassionate workforce, and an environment with culturally traditional values.

 

To learn more about the wide variety of services available to ageing Australians across Sydney and the ACT by St. Basil’s NSW/ACT visit www.stbasils.org.au