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03.04.2018

Auxiliary camera donation focuses on Northam Hospital

The tireless efforts of the Northam Hospital Ladies Auxiliary have been brought into focus with the donation of a state-of-the-art wound camera. The Silhouette Star wound camera with accompanying trolley and laptop is valued at...[more]


03.04.2018

Midwest cancer patients will be at home with new hostel

The Midwest Cancer Hostel will provide rural communities with access to the health services they need, as close to home as possible, when it opens its doors later this year. WA Country Health Service’s Acting Regional Director...[more]


20.03.2018

Artwork tells local story of fusion and renewal

The two-year redevelopment of the Narrogin Health Service has reached a new stage, with the installation of the feature artwork at the main entry of the hospital. WA Country Health Service Wheatbelt (WACHS) Regional Director...[more]


16.03.2018

Redevelopments finished in Dalwallinu and Wongan Hills

Agricultural Region MLC Darren West representing Health Minister Roger Cook, today officially opened the Dalwallinu and Wongan Hills health services which have undergone redevelopments. The redevelopments are part of a $300...[more]


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]


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