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28.09.2017

Collie redevelopment celebrated

The $7.8 million Collie Health Service redevelopment has officially opened and patients and staff are now benefitting from an upgraded emergency department, new reception and triage areas, and updated acute treatment areas. The...[more]


19.09.2017

Unique design for Karratha hospital

The $207.15 million Karratha Health Campus will be the biggest investment in a public hospital ever undertaken in regional WA. WA Country Health Service Pilbara, Regional Director Margi Faulkner, said it is an exciting and...[more]


28.08.2017

Second stage of Dalwallinu Health Service complete

The refurbishment of the Dalwallinu Health Service is taking shape with the first two stages now complete. Wheatbelt Regional Director Sean Conlan said construction started at the beginning of this year and is progressing...[more]


25.08.2017

Jurien Bay Health Centre undergoing redevelopment

As part of the Southern Inland Health Initiative administered by the WA Country Heath Service, the Jurien Bay Health Centre is undergoing an expansion and refurbishment. Wheatbelt Regional Director Sean Conlan said that thanks...[more]


25.08.2017

Redevelopment at Goomalling Health Service progressing

As part of the Southern Inland Health Initiative administered by the WA Country Heath Service, the Goomalling Health Service is undergoing an expansion and refurbishment. Wheatbelt Regional Director Sean Conlan said that thanks...[more]


23.08.2017

Improving ear health gives kids a better chance

Hundreds of children all over Western Australia are set to benefit from better ear health, with the Western Australian Child Ear Health Strategy launched in Karratha today. The strategy provides a road map for better care...[more]


23.08.2017

New CT scanner to bring cutting edge technology to Karratha, cut travel

When the $207.15 million Karratha Health Campus opens its doors to the public for the first time next year, it will feature cutting edge technology including a brand new 64-slice CT scanner. The scanner is expected to make a...[more]


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