Services for Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses Population and Community Health (PaCH)

Dear Member,

The HSU has received correspondence from South East Sydney LHD regarding a proposed restructure for Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses (PaCH). Please see the following attachments:

Member feedback requested

The HSU industrial team is currently reviewing the potential impacts of the proposed change on affected employees. We are now seeking feedback, views and comments from our members.

Please review the documentation and provide comment and feedback by close of business 24th November 2020. You can submit it by email to [E-Mail not displayed]  with subject line Sexual Health & Blood Borne viruses SESLHD.

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In unity,

Gerard Hayes

Secretary, HSU NSW/ACT/QLD