Farewell to Dr Lisa Erzetich: Celebrating 32 Years of Service at the Wesley Breast Clinic
The team from the Wesley Breast Clinic have said a heartfelt farewell to breast physician Dr Lisa Erzetich, who is retiring from the after an exceptional 32 years of service.
It is a momentous occasion as many members of the old team have returned to celebrate and honour her remarkable career.
Throughout her tenure, Dr Erzetich has played a vital role in running a successful mammography and diagnostic clinic.
Her dedication and commitment have not only established best practices in breast care but also nurtured her team through clinical education and support.
Dr Erzetich has shown unwavering resilience, leading the clinic through various challenges such as floods, the COVID-19 pandemic, and even cyber-attacks.
Despite these obstacles, she has effectively managed the clinic, ensuring the highest quality of care for her patients.
As a skilled clinician and mammographist, Dr Erzetich has inspired her team to work to a very high standard. Their shared commitment to excellence has been the driving force behind the clinic's success.
She has always recognised the indispensable support of her team, acknowledging that she couldn't have fulfilled her responsibilities without their dedication and collaboration.
With her retirement, Dr Erzetich is confident that the Wesley Breast Clinic is in safe hands.
Wesley Breast Clinic Director Dr Michelle Delamont said that Lisa had left a proud legacy for the team to continue.
“Her legacy will endure through the continued dedication of the team, fostering a culture of collaboration and innovation. The sharing of ideas and a patient-first approach will ensure that the excellent standards she established are upheld,” she said.
It is clear that Dr Erzetich has built a fantastic team, united in their shared vision and their ability to work together seamlessly.
She considers herself privileged to have had the opportunity to work alongside such remarkable individuals.