New Midwest centres bring care closer to home

Cancer and renal patients are benefiting from the $4.1 million state-of-the-art Midwest Cancer Centre and the $1.2 million Gaburdiny Renal Centre, officially opened in Geraldton today by Health Minister John Day. Mr Day said...[more]


Builders announced; four Wheatbelt Health Service Refurbishments

York, Southern Cross, Moora and Beverley Health Services are one step closer to receiving refurbishments with the selection of builders announced for each site.The following builders have been chosen: York Health Service – ADCO...[more]


Telehealth eases travel pain for country residents

Country patients say having specialist medical appointments via videoconferencing in their home towns is convenient and saves them considerable time and money. Health Minister John Day said the positive feedback came from a...[more]


Onslow Health Service construction go-ahead

Construction will start today on Onslow's new $41.8 million health service, bringing long-term benefits to the local community. Health Minister John Day said Cockram Construction Ltd had won the tender to build the new health...[more]


More than $13 million to innovate aged care

Twelve organisations across regional Western Australia have been provided one-off grants that will assist older people living in regional areas to remain independent, involved and contributing members in their communities. The...[more]


New hospital ED delivers Harvey peace of mind

Harvey residents are now benefiting from a new hospital emergency department, thanks to a $13 million Liberal National Government investment in the Harvey Health Service. Health Minister John Day said the new Emergency...[more]


Open Day celebrates Lake Grace Health Service

The Lake Grace Health Service upgrade, which includes refurbishment of the emergency department, is now complete and will be open for local residents to view in early November. The redevelopment has been made possible by the...[more]


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