Pop-up clinic vaccinates Frew Food International workers

Frew Foods International was the site of a day of activity with Stawell Regional Health setting up a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Friday. From 8.30am until 3pm on the day, 99 workers received their first vaccination from the Stawell Regional Health vaccination team, who set-up their equipment in the lunchroom. Frew Foods International had been working with Stawell Regional Health COVID-19 clinic in the past few months to get their work force, essential meatworkers, vaccinated. Stawell Regional Health chief executive Kate Pryde said she was pleased to see her teams serving the community. “It is really heartwarming to see how well our health service teams are working with the local community,” she said. READ MORE: “By providing a responsive, flexible health service and expanding our COVID-19 vaccination clinic as required, we are at the core of helping our larger businesses continue to do what they need to do best. “It is really important for us to work together in these challenging times for our regional economy and for the broader Stawell community. “We were happy and proud to be able to deliver this service in conjunction with the Frew Food Group to help keep everyone in our community COVID-19 safe.” OTHER NEWS: Frew Foods International reached out to Stawell Regional Health to provide an additional vaccination clinic onsite to assist with their staff vaccinations. Specifically the clinic was designed to target workers who find it more difficult to get to the Stawell Regional Health clinic during office hours. On Friday then Stawell Regional Health team consisted of a combination of Stawell Regional Health medical doctor, immunisation coordinator, administration team and nurses. They were also assisted by an additional three nurses who travelled from Ballarat Health Services. If you can see this message, you are a loyal digital subscriber to The Stawell Times-News, as we made this story available only to subscribers. Thank you very much for your support and for allowing us to continue telling Stawell’s story. We appreciate your support of journalism in our great town.

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Frew Foods International was the site of a day of activity with Stawell Regional Health setting up a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Friday.

From 8.30am until 3pm on the day, 99 workers received their first vaccination from the Stawell Regional Health vaccination team, who set-up their equipment in the lunchroom.

Frew Foods International had been working with Stawell Regional Health COVID-19 clinic in the past few months to get their work force, essential meatworkers, vaccinated.

Stawell Regional Health chief executive Kate Pryde said she was pleased to see her teams serving the community.

“It is really heartwarming to see how well our health service teams are working with the local community,” she said.

“By providing a responsive, flexible health service and expanding our COVID-19 vaccination clinic as required, we are at the core of helping our larger businesses continue to do what they need to do best.

“It is really important for us to work together in these challenging times for our regional economy and for the broader Stawell community.

“We were happy and proud to be able to deliver this service in conjunction with the Frew Food Group to help keep everyone in our community COVID-19 safe.”

Frew Foods International reached out to Stawell Regional Health to provide an additional vaccination clinic onsite to assist with their staff vaccinations.

Specifically the clinic was designed to target workers who find it more difficult to get to the Stawell Regional Health clinic during office hours.

On Friday then Stawell Regional Health team consisted of a combination of Stawell Regional Health medical doctor, immunisation coordinator, administration team and nurses.

They were also assisted by an additional three nurses who travelled from Ballarat Health Services.

If you can see this message, you are a loyal digital subscriber to The Stawell Times-News, as we made this story available only to subscribers. Thank you very much for your support and for allowing us to continue telling Stawell’s story. We appreciate your support of journalism in our great town.

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