Inclusivity message spread to all


Pam Denton, Erjam Barahama, John Herbert, Claudia Rebelo and Georgina Winn.
Pam Denton, Erjam Barahama, John Herbert, Claudia Rebelo and Georgina Winn.

Service manager John Herbert captured the ‘mini-United Nations’ occasion with this photograph (right).

The inclusive multicultural message of Harmony Day rings true among residents and staff, who celebrated their cultural heritage from around the world including the Philippines, Bhutan, India and Indonesia.

Mercy Health state manager Anita Ghose said the Harmony Day message closely aligned with the organisation’s values of compassion, hospitality, respect, innovation, stewardship and teamwork.

“Harmony Day is an important part of our activities calendar at Mercy Health, and we are delighted our staff and residents at Villa Maria embraced the event,” she said.