Ramsay Health Care : ASX Announcement - Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2020
10/20/2020 | 08:40pm EST
Ramsay Health Care Limited
ARTANIA CRUISE SHIP
PASSENGER, JURGEN SCHREYEK, GIVEN GUARD OF HONOUR AT JOONDALUP HEALTH CAMPUS AFTER 'MIRACLE' COVID-19
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2020
The 2020 Annual General Meeting of Ramsay Health Care Limited ABN57001288768 will be held virtually. Full access details are available in Ramsay's Notice of Meeting.
INDICATIVE KEY DATES FOR 2021
RESULTS RELEASE DATES:
Interim Results - Thursday, 25 February 2021 at 10.30am
Preliminary Final Results - Thursday, 26 August 2021
DIVIDEND PAYMENT DATES - ORDINARY SHARES
Interim Dividend Tuesday, 31 March 2021 (Record date 9 March 2021)
Final Dividend Thursday, 30 September 2021 (Record date 7 September 2021)
DIVIDEND PAYMENT DATES - CARES
Tuesday, 20 April 2021 (Record date 29 March 2021) Wednesday, 20 October 2021 (Record date 28 September 2021)
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2021
The 2021 Annual General Meeting of Ramsay Health Care Limited is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, 24 November at 10.30am (Sydney time). Full details will be provided closer to the date.
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Jürgen Schreyek - one of the sickest passengers aboard the cruise ship Artania
won the battle against COVID making a miraculous recovery and finally headed home to Germany on Monday 25 May.
Staff were in tears, clapping and cheering on Mr Schreyek who was given a guard of honour as he was discharged.
Mr Schreyek was the final Artania patient at Joondalup Health Campus (JHC), having arrived at the hospital on March 30 with his wife Christina, who made a quicker recovery and flew home several weeks prior. He spent two weeks in ICU and a further six weeks on the COVID ward and a rehabilitation ward, forming strong bonds with staff at every stage of his journey.
Speaking through a translator - JHC registered nurse and fellow German Anne Karow - the 70-year-old said he considered himself incredibly lucky to be able to walk out of the hospital and go home. But he also said it was somewhat heartbreaking because he now considered some of the staff, including Ms Karow, as being like family.
Jürgen and Christina Schreyek are experienced cruise passengers and were looking forward to a month-long tour that would encompass Australia and New Zealand before island-hopping across the South-
Pacific to Peru, from where the pair intended to fly home to Munich.
By the time the Artania arrived in Fremantle for what was expected to be a short re-supplystop-over, cruise ships had become the hot-potato of the pandemic in Australia. People were increasingly falling ill, Jürgen was very unwell and required the support of a ventilator while still on board.
Their fate was confirmed when the repatriation of as many passengers as possible was underway, and their names were called as people identified as being too unwell to fly.
"I already knew, like many others, that I'd been sick somehow - probably with Coronavirus. And when we left the ship, there were two police buses outside…with emergency lights on. They drove us at high speed. I didn't know what was going on, or where I was going."
Christina watched as her husband lost consciousness during the bus ride to JHC.
Neither of them can clearly recall arriving at the hospital as they were in the grips of the virus, but Christina does remember being told her
beloved husband needed support a heart-lung machine.
Two weeks later both were recovering in hospital and full of praise for the quality of care they received at Joondalup Health Campus.
"I knew it was severe. With his [Jürgen's] heart and the lungs and I cried a lot and I was hugged and they cried with me. Everyone, no matter who it was, showed me so much love. It's something that you cannot describe. I will never forget in my life this," Christina said.
"I write every day to our friends in Germany and yesterday I wrote "you cannot imagine how we are treated; I think in Germany not even Angela Merkel is treated like this." It's really like that, we are happy," Christina said.
ANNUAL REPORT 2020
Global Healthcare Operator
Economies of scale
Patient visits/admissions per annum
Speed to market
Summary of Core Earnings for FY2020#
12 MONTHS TO 30 JUNE
Core NPAT attributable to members of the parent
Basic Core earnings per share (after CARES dividend)
Diluted Core earnings per share (after CARES dividend)
ALL NUMBERS ARE IN AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED
# CORE EARNINGS ARE THE EARNINGS ATTRIBUTABLE TO MEMBERS OF THE PARENT BEFORE NET NON-CORE ITEMS & FROM CONTINUING OPERATIONS.
RESULTS PREPARED UNDER AASB16 LEASES REFER TO OVERVIEW SECTION OF THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
RESULTS PREPARED UNDER AASB117 LEASES REFER TO OVERVIEW SECTION OF THE CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. RESULTS IN 2020 INCLUDE 12 MONTHS OF CAPIO RESULTS. RESULTS IN 2019 INCLUDE CAPIO RESULTS FROM 7 NOVEMBER 2018.
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