Injury Management

Natalie’s hard work wins her Best New Starter award

Interact Injury Management are delighted to share vocational Rehabilitation Consultant Natalie Mumford as the winner of the Best New Starter award at the annual APRA NSW Awards.

In Natalie’s five months of working at Interact Injury Management, she has shown exceptional capacity to learn, building up to managing a full case load in this time.

In under half a year Natalie has already been delivering fantastic return to work outcomes for her clients. She has helped establish preferred provider agreements with employers and is receiving repeat referrals from claims managers.

According to her colleagues, she has regularly exceeded all expectations as a new gradate, with Interact and the vocational rehabilitation industry being truly lucky to have her.

Interact are delighted by Natalie’s hard work and achievements as she starts what is a bright career in the rehabilitation space.

Interact General Manager Sean Betland, supported Natalie’s nomination and expressed his pride in her win.

“Natalie is passionate about the vocational rehabilitation industry and her role in supporting injured workers back to work and life,” he said.

“She embodies the Health Benefits of Good Work in all her communication, engagement, and recommendations which is evident in her successful outcomes and relationships to date.”

Natalie was honoured to be nominated for such a great award and recognised for her hard work and passion towards the vocational rehabilitation industry.

“Winning the award was a very proud moment, not just for myself but also for my team, as it highlights the good work we do in assisting clients achieve their return to work goal.

“I thoroughly enjoy working with Interact Injury Management. I can travel to different locations around New South Wales, have a good work-life balance and work towards making a difference in people’s lives. Every client, workplace, location and injury are unique and so is the approach to best support the worker to achieve their goals. My leaders have nurtured my strengths and developed my weaknesses, and my goal for the future is to develop new consultants in the wonderful space of vocational rehabilitation, just like my leaders have done for me.

I am very excited to continue my growth and journey in this field and am very grateful I have wonderful, like-minded people to share it with.”

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