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02.12.2020

Growing our Aboriginal leaders in the Kimberley

Seventeen current and emerging Aboriginal leaders from the WA Country Health Service (WACHS) Kimberley workforce have recently commenced their leadership journey. Participants will undertake the Certificate IV in Leadership and...[more]


02.12.2020

Northam Health Service ED temporarily relocating

Northam Health Service’s Emergency Department (ED) will temporarily relocate from 22 December while important maintenance work is carried out. WA Country Health Service Regional Director – Wheatbelt Rachele Ferrari said that...[more]


30.11.2020

Margaret River welcomes first baby born via water birth

The Margaret River Hospital has welcomed its first baby born via water birth. Baby Doug arrived on 6 October to his proud parents Amy and John. In a water birth, the mother is immersed in water to labour and birth her child. It...[more]


27.11.2020

SafeWA app keeping businesses and patrons COVID safe

Mandatory contact registers at relevant businesses and venues will be introduced from 5 December 2020. Maintaining a contact register is an extra safety measure and one of the most effective ways to control the spread of...[more]


24.11.2020

Smoke-free staff and consumers at Bunbury Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit

The Bunbury Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) at the Bunbury Health Campus became a 100 per cent smoke-free environment on Tuesday 15 September 2020 and just two months on has shown amazing results. Several staff members...[more]


23.11.2020

Care Opinion website drives health service improvements and achieves milestone of 2000 stories from regional WA

The WA Country Health Service thanks Western Australia’s regional residents for taking time to comment on their experiences in the health system, as the Care Opinion website marks 2,000 stories from regional WA. Care Opinion is...[more]


12.11.2020

Country ambulance strategy underway: $9.2 million for high priority recommendations

The first phase of implementation of WA’s country ambulance strategy is underway and will include six new ambulances and a two-year pilot to put paid paramedics into the Kimberley. Of the $9.2 earmarked, $1.6 million will see...[more]


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