Awards & Our Community
Social Benefit Organisation
What is a Business of Tomorrow?
Businesses of Tomorrow is a program designed to reward and recognise businesses with the drive to shape Australia’s future. These businesses may be large or small and they don’t need to be a Westpac customer, however they all share the following strengths:
Demonstrate a clear purpose and vision.
Deeply understand their customer’s needs.
Have the capability to meet tomorrow’s challenges.
TeleMed was proud to be accepted as a certified B Corp in 2016. B Corporations represent an emerging group of companies that are using the power of business to create a positive impact on the world and generate a shared and durable prosperity for all. Read our purpose.
We were delighted that TeleMed was selected as a finalist in the Western Australian Telstra Business Awards in 2014 which recognised our team’s efforts in the field of telenuclear medicine and the delivery of services for rural populations who would otherwise need to travel to Perth for sophisticated oncology and cardiac imaging. Read about the award.
In 2011, we were recognised as one of Western Australia’s 40 leading business entrepreneurs under 40. Read here.
The 40under40 Awards program is designed to recognise and celebrate Western Australia's 40 leading business entrepreneurs under the age of 40. The program recognises not only personal determination and commercial drive, but also the philanthropic pursuits recognising the less public contributions to the welfare of Western Australia.
All of our imaging departments have achieved full accreditation against the full suite of standards under Diagnostic Accreditation Imaging Scheme. This ensures medicare benefits are payable for all of our nuclear medicine services listed in the Diagnostic Imaging Services Table (DIST).
CSIRO’s Scientists in Schools is a national program that creates and supports long-term partnerships between teachers and scientists or mathematicians. TeleMed volunteers time to run interactive, educational sessions to high school students at all levels. Covering topics such as medical applications in nuclear physics, anatomy and the physiology of disease, the aim is to spark the student’s interest in a career in science through real life patient diagnoses and treatment.
The purpose of RAINS is to offer a support network for rural and remote Nuclear Medicine professionals. The support network aims to engage with and develop strategies to overcome the unique professional difficulties encountered in rural and remote Australia. We were co-founders of RAINS in 2007 and Peter was past-president.