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New entrance for Esperance Hospital Emergency Department

Patients wanting to use Esperance Hospital’s Emergency Department and outpatient clinics from Thursday (November 13) will have to use the main entrance.[more]


New clinics designed with Kimberley residents in mind

Two remote Aboriginal health clinics in the Kimberley have undergone a $6.4 million upgrade as part of the State Government’s initiative to improve regional health care services.  To view the full media statement visit the...[more]


Emergency Telehealth Service providing health boost to local residents

An innovative service linking seriously ill and injured patients throughout regional WA to the State’s best emergency specialists is now available in Jerramungup and Bremer Bay.[more]


Goldfields playground a first for fun and therapy

Health Minister Dr Kim Hames recently opened a playground that incorporates equipment specially designed for therapists to assess a child’s gross and fine motor skills, balance, social skills, sensory development and language.[more]


School-based child health a score for Australind

New child health nurse services located in a local primary school's early learning centre are providing additional access to important health services for the Australind community. [more]


Bat virus warning for Kimberley residents

A public health official today issued a warning to Broome and other Kimberley residents about the risk of contracting a rare but fatal disease from flying foxes (fruit bats). [more]


Albany residents challenged to reduce 1-in-6 stroke risk

Albany residents are being challenged to reduce their one-in-six chance of having a stroke, and to learn the signs of an on-coming stroke to ensure victims get immediate medical help.[more]

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