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24.07.2018

Over $10 million for health services in Jurien Bay and Moora

The Jurien Bay Health Centre and Moora Health Service redevelopments were officially opened today. The redevelopments are part of a $300 million capital works program that is improving infrastructure in 37 towns across the...[more]


19.07.2018

Eyes on Busselton Health Campus

Busselton Health Campus has performed the most eye surgeries in Western Australia for the month of June – beating tertiary hospitals in the metropolitan region. In the last 12 months alone, the hospital has performed more than...[more]


16.07.2018

Celebrating NAIDOC Week

WACHS staff once again turned out in force to celebrate NAIDOC Week with a huge variety of events held across regional WA and in Central Office. The theme for NAIDOC Week 2018 was Because of her, we can! Many teams chose to...[more]


09.07.2018

Telehealth service supports local nurses to save Perth pre-schooler after Coral Bay snakebite

Pre-schooler Emilia Barnard is with us today thanks only to the combined efforts of a team of about a dozen medical professionals – including three on a video screen. After the four-year-old was bitten by a snake in Coral Bay on...[more]


29.06.2018

Health service redevelopments complete

Representing the Minister for Health, Agricultural Region MLC Laurie Graham has today opened the Bruce Rock and Narembeen memorial health services which have undergone redevelopments. The redevelopments are part of a $300 million...[more]


29.06.2018

Dongara Health Centre redevelopment moves forward

Extensive consultation has taken place with key internal stakeholders from the Dongara Health Centre and the wider Midwest region, as plans for the redevelopment of the health centre are formalised. Midwest Regional Director,...[more]


25.06.2018

Baby Ava still bouncing thanks to telehealth doctor, local nurses and RFDS

You wouldn’t know it to look at bubbly bub Ava Fuge now, but two months ago her life hung in the balance – probably only saved through a combination of care from local nurses, “the telly doctor” and Royal Flying Doctor...[more]


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