Kidney Health Australia's Operation Angel Award is a part of the National Awards Program which recognises the unsung heroes of the kidney sector – the carers, the patients, doctors and nurses who work tirelessly to support those with kidney disease and to increase awareness of the need to reduce the burden of kidney disease.
Announcements for the 2013 Angel presentations have been progressively throughout June and July. Award presentations have been held in most States - with ACT to be held in the near future.
To find if your nominated 'angel' has been awarded this prestigious award - refer to State page here (SA &NT combined)
Media note: for full biographies, images, interviews and ceremony information, email Cassandra.Bradshaw@kidney.org.au
Special thanks to KPMG for funding the South Australian and Victorian Operation Angel Award ceremonies and also to Diaverum for the Western Australia presentation ceremony.
HOW DO I NOMINATE MY ANGEL?
Kidney Health Australia's Operation Angel Awards have been presented over many years to kidney patients, carers, family members, volunteers and health professionals - those who inspire us.
Angel Awards are given to outstanding people who have made exceptional contributions to the kidney community.
Do you know someone exceptional who has made an outstanding contribution within the Australian kidney community?
When nominations open, we’d like to hear from you for the 2014 awards. Your Operation Angel nominee should represent one of the following categories:
For more information call 1800 454 363 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated 16 April 2014