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Wheatbelt health services receive updates

It’s full steam ahead for Bruce Rock, Corrigin, Kellerberrin, Kondinin and Narembeen Health Service refurbishments with construction underway. Devlyn Constructions won the building contract for Bruce Rock, BGC Constructions won...[more]


Collie Health Service refurbishment on track

The redevelopment of the Collie Heath Service is getting closer to completion with the second phase of the project recently completed.  WACHS South West Regional Director Kerry Winsor said the redevelopment is expected to be...[more]


Red-tailed cockatoo honoured in artwork

A beautiful artwork referencing the red-tailed cockatoo and commissioned under the Percent for Art Scheme is now in place at the Collie Health Service. The functional entry statement by acclaimed public artist Jahne Rees...[more]


Country nurses travel to Ethiopia to share knowledge

Three nurses from York Health Service were recently sponsored by Australian Doctors for Africa (ADFA) to travel to the capital of Ethiopia, and share their knowledge with registered nurses who are receiving extra tuition at Addis...[more]


Building set to begin at hospitals

Upgrades to the Boddington, Goomalling, Kununoppin and Wyalkatchem-Koorda health services are progressing, with building contracts awarded for all sites. Health Minister John Day said Devlyn Constructions would carry out the...[more]


New Cunderdin Health Centre design revealed

Final plans for the new Cunderdin Health Centre have been revealed, promising a new era for local health care. Health Minister John Day said the new centre was being built as part of the $500 million Southern Inland Health...[more]


Seven new projects benefit regional aged care

A $7 million grant program will help seven care organisations provide more accommodation for older regional residents, assisting them to remain independent and continue as active community members. Health Minister John Day said...[more]

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