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27.01.2012

Cyclone preparations urged for people with chronic conditions

As Cyclone Iggy approaches, the Western Australian Country Health Service (WACHS) is urging people with chronic illnesses and pregnant women to give some thought to how they will manage their conditions in a cyclone event. Media...[more]


24.01.2012

Manjimup and Bridgetown locals to have their say in future health services

The $565 million Southern Inland Health Initiative, which is ushering in a new era in country health in a large part of southern Western Australia, is currently hosting a series of service planning workshops to ensure any changes...[more]


24.01.2012

Sexual Health Week 13 to 19 February

This year marks the first National Sexual Health Week, with all the states and territories joining in the fun to promote positive sexual health messages to young people throughout the country from 13 to 19 February. Media...[more]


24.01.2012

Large scale building condition audits for SIHI

Thirty-seven building condition audits of WA Country Health Service sites are currently being carried out across the southern inland area of Western Australia.  Ministerial Media Statement.[more]


24.01.2012

Study scholarships help Port Hedland sisters find their voices

Port Hedland sisters Nadine and Cheryl Geary have joined the growing number of WA Country Health Service Aboriginal employees to win "Make a Difference" scholarships to assist with the costs of pursuing further study. Media...[more]


20.01.2012

Support for Postnatal Depression

One in seven mums who give birth in Australia will be affected by postnatal depression (PND).  WA Country Health Service (WACHS) Midwest child health nurse and Midwest representative for the National Perinatal Depression...[more]


20.01.2012

New doctors welcomed

A record 280 medical graduates will start internships in Western Australian hospitals this week, Health Minister Kim Hames said today. Ministerial media statement[more]


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