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28.04.2016

Construction start promises better Collie health care

Work is underway on a $7.8 million redevelopment of the Collie Health Service that will transform the hospital into a contemporary, best-practice healthcare facility. Kicking off the building project today, Health Minister John...[more]


22.04.2016

Local boards to drive healthcare innovation

Nearly 40 professionals, with experience across the fields of medicine and health care, finance, law, and community and consumer engagement, have been appointed to five interim Western Australian Health Service boards.  To view...[more]


20.04.2016

New Manjimup health service designs unveiled

The striking architectural design for Manjimup's new Warren Health Service has been unveiled today and utilises local materials, rammed earth and timber in its design. The $39.3 million new build is part of the State...[more]


10.04.2016

Innovative health program making a difference

A bold and innovative program is transforming emergency care and access to GPs in Western Australia's southern inland, linking in with the State-wide emergency telehealth services which are now helping in the treatment of more...[more]


18.03.2016

New Midwest health service model consultation

Extensive refurbishments will convert Mullewa Health Service and the Dongara Eneabba Mingenew Health Service into contemporary primary health centres, creating fit-for-purpose health facilities for local communities. The $12...[more]


18.03.2016

New telehealth service provides lactation advice

New mothers in the Wheatbelt can now access breastfeeding advice thanks to a new telehealth service developed by the WA Country Health Service and King Edward Memorial Hospital.  To view the full media statement visit the...[more]


14.03.2016

Construction starts at Katanning Health Service

Work has begun on the $32 million redevelopment of the Katanning Health Service, which will include a new emergency department. Health Minister Kim Hames said the Katanning Health Service redevelopment, expected to be completed...[more]


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