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16.05.2019

Baby Louis’ safe arrival timed to perfection

Eaton resident Ellie Cook became the first Mum to give birth with WA Country Health Service on International day of the Midwife last week. Miss Cook said she enjoyed her experience with Bunbury Midwifery Group Practice (MGP)...[more]


16.05.2019

Rehab via telehealth saves Midwest stroke survivor 1,500 kilometres in travel

Midwest local Michelle Boyland has defied the odds after suffering a stroke before Christmas and is improving each day with the help of rehabilitation delivered via telehealth, from the comfort of her home. Michelle is the first...[more]


16.05.2019

WA Country Health Service assumes interim responsibility for the Elizabeth Hansen Autumn Centre

The WA Country Health Service has confirmed the organisation will assume interim responsibility for the Elizabeth Hansen Autumn Centre (EHAC) from 1 July 2019. The facility – a 32-bed residential hostel accommodating Aboriginal...[more]


13.05.2019

Kimberley nurse takes out 2019 WA Nurse of the Year

Andrea Rieusset, Nurse Practitioner in Emergency at Fitzroy Crossing Hospital, was last night named winner of the Excellence in Aboriginal Health category of the WA Nursing Midwifery Awards and 2019 WA Nurse of the Year....[more]


09.05.2019

Opportunity to have your say on mental health, alcohol and drug strategy for the South West

Community input at a series of upcoming forums will be vital to the development of a new regional mental health, alcohol and other drug (AOD) strategy according to a WA Country Health Service (WACHS) spokesperson. Manager of...[more]


03.05.2019

WA Country Health Service honoured with inaugural Patient Opinion Award

The WA Country Health Service (WACHS) took home the inaugural Patient Opinion Award for dedication to improving patient experience at the annual Health Consumer Excellence Awards on 30 April 2019. The accolade was awarded based...[more]


26.04.2019

Emergency Telehealth Service fuelled by more than chocolate over Easter with busiest day recorded for 2019

The Emergency Telehealth Service was busier than the Easter Bunny over the long weekend (Friday 19 to Monday 22 April 2019) with 292 country patients receiving specialist health care via videoconferencing technology. The WA...[more]


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