Juiced TV and QSuper unite to unmask our hospital heroes

Juiced TV are very proud to be partnering with QSuper, Queensland’s largest super fund.

The partnership will support Juiced TV on their mission to expand the program and it’s positive benefits to patients in regional hospitals across Queensland, while also creating a way to recognise and celebrate the unsung heroes of the Queensland Children’s Hospital community – from researchers and medical specialists, doctors and nurses, to hospital administration staff and volunteers.

QSuper will support ‘Juiced TV Super Hero Awards’ a new program that provides the opportunity for patients and their families to nominate the medical and support staff who selflessly dedicate themselves to the wellbeing of others.

Juiced TV Founder and Managing Director Pip Russell said the partnership with QSuper will allow Juiced TV to increase the positive impact the program has for these kids and their families, not just within the Queensland Children’s Hospital but throughout regional hospitals across Queensland through the ‘Juiced Box’ mobile application.

“We’re so excited to have QSuper’s support to enable Juiced TV to reach more children and families throughout Queensland, while also helping us to identify those who provide an outstanding level of care to our kids, sometimes through the smallest of gestures” Ms Russell said.

“Juiced TV, now in its fifth year, is made possible through the support we receive from the Children’s Hospital Foundation and donations from our community, so we are very grateful to welcome QSuper on board as our first major partner.”

QSuper CEO Michael Pennisi said supporting the positive outcomes of Juiced TV was an easy decision because of Juiced TV’s shared values of putting others best interests first.

“QSuper and Juiced TV take real action to support the wellbeing of patients and workers in Queensland’s healthcare sector. We are focused on creating long-term benefits for the communities in which we live and serve,” Mr Pennisi said.

“We’re passionate about recognising the ‘super heroes’ in our community and support the work they do in providing emergency and primary healthcare services for our members, and all Queenslanders.

They’re the ones on the front line and are so important to our society.”

The first episode to recognise a hospital super hero will be broadcast at the end of April throughout the Queensland Children’s Hospital and shared across Juiced TV’s YouTube and social media channels.

For more information on Juiced TV visit https://juicedtv.com.au/super-hero-awards/