18 The Ramsay Way 2018 | 01
Trust the specialists when it comes
to managing the costs of education
Ramsay Health Care is now in its second year of partnering with ASG to make it
easier for you to plan and save for the costs of education.
ASG has been helping families prepare for the costs of education for more
than 40 years. In addition to offering a range of education funds to support
children’s education journey—from preschool, primary school, secondary and
post-secondary school—ASG also offers a purpose-built education savings
plan for adults to use for their ongoing learning and professional development.
All Ramsay Health Care employees can enjoy a
$0 enrolment fee (save $89) when they enrol
themselves or a child in an ASG education fund
either in person, by phone 131 ASG (131 274)
or online at www.asg.com.au/ramsay
Book an appointment with an ASG Representative between
now and 16 February and receive a FREE gift from ASG!
On Saturday 11 November, Hollywood Private Hospital held its annual
Remembrance Day service to recognise the servicemen and women who
lost their lives fighting for our country.
The service was held in the hospital’s main foyer and attended by patients, employees,
visitors and other very special members of the Hollywood community.
Proceedings were led by the hospital’s Pastoral Care team and the Ode, the fourth stanza
of Laurence Binyon’s poem ‘For the Fallen’, was delivered by President of the Vietnam
Veterans Association WA, Richard Williams.
Hollywood was privileged to have Margaret Burridge, daughter of the late Anne Leach
OAM FNM, and Brian Marshall, son of the late Terry Marshall, lay the wreath. Anne was a
nurse at Hollywood during World War II and the namesake of the hospital’s Anne Leach
wing, and Terry was one of Hollywood’s oldest and most respected veteran patients.
The formalities were complemented by a moving performance of the National Anthem by
Sarah Jackson, a student of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.
Hollywood Chief Executive Officer, Peter Mott, said “As a former military hospital with
strong connections to Western Australia’s veterans’ community, our Remembrance Day
service is very special to Hollywood.”
“It’s a time for us to remember and give thanks to the thousands of men and women who
sacrificed their lives so we can live in the relative peace and safety of this great country
L-R; Jack Collinson (bugler), Helen Brown (niece of the late Anne
Leach), Reverend Bruce Eagles, Sarah Jackson, Brian Marshall,
Margaret Burridge, Richard Williams, Reverend Graham Manolas