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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]


Volunteers wanted for Busselton Health Campus Meet and Greet Program

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to volunteer at a busy hospital?  Well here’s your chance to find out! Busselton Health Campus is developing a new volunteer model and the hospital would like to hear from people...[more]


New Road Ahead for Busselton Health Campus

Improved access to the new $120.4 million Busselton Health Campus is almost complete as work moves ahead on the new Bussell Highway intersection. To accommodate the final road upgrades from Monday 6 October there is no right...[more]


Busselton Health Campus nears completion

Premier Colin Barnett today visited the $120million Busselton Health Campus and said he was impressed with the progress of the project, due to be completed later this year.  “Once complete, people in the South-West will have...[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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