She’s known as ‘Loopy’, but she is anything but.
Lisa ‘Loopy’ Kiddle won 1029 Hot Tomato’s Gold Coast Nursing Award for July for her amazing work in Nepal.
As the founder of Aus-Nep, Loopy organises surgical and dental camps to travel to Nepal to help those in need. Her vision is to provide a health link between Australia and Nepal by providing free surgical & dental procedures to those who have no means to access health care.
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“I’m totally in love with Nepal and passionate about helping the people there,” she said.
Loopy told myGC she was absolutely thrilled to win the award for July, after being nominated three times.
“I was totally amazed and overwhelmed to win the award. It’s incredible,” she said.
Take a look at Loopy’s reaction to winning the award in the video above, and learn more about the work she does in Nepal at http://www.aus-nep.com/
If you know a nurse or midwife who has made a difference in the life of you or your family and deserves to be recognised, you can nominate them at http://mygc.oxyhub.com/gold-coast-nursing-awards/