Broome High School Students join GReAT Program

Eight Year 10 students from Broome Senior High School will be given a GReAT opportunity to explore nursing and midwifery as a career, thanks to a program run locally next week. The students will have an opportunity to rotate...[more]


The truth about quitting smoking and weight gain

Have you ever contemplated giving up the smokes but feared you would gain too much weight? Your fear of weight gain outweighs the health benefits of quitting. Fear no more.[more]


Planning for Merredin Hospital upgrades gathers momentum

The redevelopment of WA Country Health Service’s Merredin Hospital is gathering momentum, with architects visiting the site recently to discuss the latest design plans with key hospital staff.[more]


Hundreds of children benefit from Great Southern vaccination program

More than 200 children have had their vaccinations brought up to date in an innovative three month catch-up program run by the WA Country Health Service’s Great Southern Population Health Unit.[more]


Rise in Kimberley mumps cases

WA Country Health Service Kimberley’s population health team is asking people to be aware of the symptoms of mumps following a rise in the number of cases. [more]


Free vaccines for pregnant women in the Pilbara

For the first time, pregnant women in the Pilbara are being offered the vaccines thanks to the recent announcement of new government funding. [more]


Rise in bacterial kidney infections in the Midwest

Midwest residents are being asked to be on the alert for symptoms of a bacterial infection which causes an inflammatory condition of the kidneys, following a recent increase in cases of the disease. The infection is more common...[more]

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