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Boddington Health Service refurbishment complete

The refurbishment of the Boddington Health Service is now complete. Wheatbelt Regional Director Sean Conlan said that the refurbished health facilities would make a significant contribution to improving the standard and...[more]


Change to Northam emergency department location

The redevelopment of the Northam Health Service is well underway with the refurbishment of the emergency department scheduled to begin in November. During the refurbishment of the emergency department, which is expected to run...[more]


Happy cooks at Narrogin Health Service

The food service staff at Narrogin Health Service are the first to reap the rewards of a $50 million redevelopment of the health service under the Southern Inland Health Initiative. For the last few months the food service staff...[more]


Public forums open for Sustainable Health Review

Western Australians are being encouraged to help shape the future of their health system, with 10 public forums for the Sustainable Health Review to be held throughout the State this month and in October. The public forums are...[more]


Wyalkatchem-Koorda health service upgrade on track

The refurbishment of Wyalkatchem-Koorda Health Service is taking shape with the first two stages complete. Wheatbelt Regional Director Sean Conlan said construction started at the beginning of this year and was progressing...[more]


Collie redevelopment celebrated

The $7.8 million Collie Health Service redevelopment has officially opened and patients and staff are now benefitting from an upgraded emergency department, new reception and triage areas, and updated acute treatment areas. The...[more]


Unique design for Karratha hospital

The $207.15 million Karratha Health Campus will be the biggest investment in a public hospital ever undertaken in regional WA. WA Country Health Service Pilbara, Regional Director Margi Faulkner, said it is an exciting and...[more]

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