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13.03.2018

Telehealth services to increase at Warren Health Service

Manjimup residents will have to travel less to see their medical specialists once the new Warren District Hospital opens, according to the local Telehealth Coordinators. South West Telehealth Coordinators Jenny Elms and Renae...[more]


13.03.2018

Karratha residents to leave their mark on new health campus

Karratha residents have been given the opportunity to leave their mark on the new Karratha Health Campus. WA artist Leanne Bray has been holding workshops with local community groups and health staff to create her unique artwork...[more]


07.03.2018

Wheatbelt Health Service redevelopments complete

Health Minister Roger Cook today officially opened the York and Goomalling health services which have undergone redevelopments. The redevelopments are part of a $300 million capital works program that is improving capital...[more]


26.02.2018

Midwest artists canvassed for public art program

Local artists are being canvassed for a special public art program at the new Midwest Cancer Hostel. Expressions of interest are being sought from artists in the Geraldton or Murchison area who are experienced in delivering...[more]


22.02.2018

Wheatbelt patients benefit from infrastructure investment

Completed refurbishments of health services in Kellerberrin, Kununoppin and Southern Cross will be celebrated this week. The redevelopments are part of a $300 million capital works program that is improving capital...[more]


09.02.2018

Acute Post Streptococcal Glomerulonephritis (APSGN) outbreak declared in the Kimberley

WA Country Health Service (WACHS) Kimberley public health staff are advising Kimberley communities that there is currently an outbreak of Acute Post Streptococcal Glomerulonephritis (APSGN) in the Kimberley region primarily...[more]


24.01.2018

Bringing cancer care closer to home

“A cancer diagnosis can be a traumatic experience.” Cancer survivor Caroline Rowcroft knows only too well the implications such a diagnosis can put on your everyday life. “There are often many treatment options to be considered...[more]


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