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08.07.2019

Faster stroke support for Goldfields residents via new telehealth stroke cart

A new mobile telecart – located in Kalgoorlie Health Campus Emergency Department – will enable local clinicians to work side by side with specialist Stroke Neurologists in Fiona Stanley Hospital, ensuring Goldfields residents...[more]


08.07.2019

Telehealth innovation saves Halls Creek locals with ear conditions from travelling 700km for specialist care

Five Halls Creek residents scheduled to attend Kununurra Hospital for postoperative reviews by WA Country Health Service ear, nose and throat specialists were instead able to do so at their local hospital, saving them the need to...[more]


01.07.2019

New surgical services unit opens at Northam Health Service

The Northam Health Service redevelopment continues to progress with the opening of the first stage of a new surgical services unit. WA Country Health Service Regional Director Sean Conlan said the unit, which includes two new...[more]


19.06.2019

Southern Cross Hospital’s “first born” returns to celebrate a 50 year milestone

Officially opening on 30 May 1969, Southern Cross Hospital has recently celebrated its half century milestone with Raelene Blair, the first baby born in the hospital, returning to partake in the anniversary celebrations. Raelene...[more]


13.06.2019

Protea Lodge celebrates its first anniversary with Midwest cancer patients

Protea Lodge hostel officially opened one year ago and in that time it has provided a home away from home for 19 regional families whose loved ones were undergoing cancer treatment at the WA Country Health Service Midwest Cancer...[more]


21.05.2019

New services opening as Narrogin redevelopment nears completion

Redevelopment of the Narrogin Health Service is almost complete with a significant milestone reached. The new PathWest facility, public dental clinic and theatre suites have all been completed. Two new purpose built theatre...[more]


17.05.2019

TelePalliative Care in the Home service allows Midwest local to pass away peacefully at home with his dog by his side

William "Nugget" McClymans had lived in the same Shark Bay home for 60 years and after being diagnosed with terminal congestive heart failure he received palliative care via telehealth to achieve his wish to die peacefully at...[more]


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