WIN. Ramsay ordered to pay up!

April 2012
Queensland Nurse;Apr2012, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p30
The article reports that Affinity Health Pty. Ltd., a subsidiary of Ramsay, has been ordered by Magistrate Bradford-Morgan to pay nearly 8,000 dollars to Ramsay's Hillcrest Private Hospital employee and Queensland Nurses' Union (QNU) member.


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