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07.02.2020

Accessing health services during tropical cyclone Damien

The WA Country Health Service has confirmed the appropriate procedures are in place at Karratha Health Campus to see service delivery continue throughout tropical cyclone Damien.   Given the facility is located within one of the...[more]


06.02.2020

Technology brings lymphoedema care closer to home for Esperance and Katanning patients

Esperance resident Jan Ramsden was one of the first in Australia to benefit from the WA Country Health Service and Fiona Stanley Hospital’s innovative TeleLymphoedema trial which brings care closer to home for Esperance and...[more]


17.01.2020

WA Country Health Service staff recognised for excellence in Rural Health Awards

Eighteen health professionals from across the WA Country Health Service (WACHS) have been shortlisted for the 2020 WA Rural Health Awards. The annual awards recognise the incredible contributions of rural health professionals in...[more]


07.01.2020

Wheatbelt Speech Pathologist awarded Australia’s Rural Clinical Educator for 2019

WA Country Health Service Western Wheatbelt speech pathologist Georgina Farrimond was crowned Rural Clinical Educator of the year at the 2019 Speech Pathology Australia WA Branch awards night last November. As a Rural Clinical...[more]


12.12.2019

Local students attend P.A.R.T.Y. aimed at reducing risk taking behaviour

Albany Health Campus recently welcomed local high school students in the process of obtaining their driver’s licence to take part in an interactive reality education program called P.A.R.T.Y (Prevent Alcohol and Risk-related...[more]


09.12.2019

Broome doctor named Australian Clinical Educator of the year

A long-term WA Country Health Service clinician has won the Australian Clinical Educator of the Year award for his work in training remote doctors. Based at Broome Health Campus, district medical officer Dr David Forster was...[more]


09.12.2019

Research shows screen time can be good for country health

WA Country Health Service research has proven that patients living in regional and remote areas of Western Australia who access specialist geriatrician services via videoconference experience improved health outcomes. The...[more]


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