Monthly Archives: July 2017

Busy time at Stretton Park

Stretton park residents and staff have had a busy month.  Our photos show:  Heyfield Pool Competition on 25 July with Diversional Therapist Kai Hudson and resident shooting pool. Our regular morning walking group with fellow Diversional Therapist Sharon Woods. NAIDOC … Continue reading

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Rob recalls his time at Sale

Rob Ziffer in the Intensive Care Unit at Sale Hospital last week.   Dr Rob Ziffer has seen a lot during his decades of work as a physician at Sale Hospital. The medical cases presented to him have only been … Continue reading

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New stroke support group

Bob Sheean knows only too well what it’s like to have a stroke. This is what is driving Bob to form a local Stroke Support Group, with the support of Central Gippsland Health’s Allied Health staff. The meetings will be … Continue reading

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Busy month for Stretton Park

Stretton park residents and staff have had a busy month.   Our photos show:   Photo 1: Heyfield Pool Competition on 25 July.   Photo 2: Heyfield Pool Competition on 25 July with Diversional Therapist Kai Hudson and resident shooting … Continue reading

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Architect to be engaged

Stretton Park Hostel will engage an architect to prepare detailed plans and tender documents for the Stretton Park Redevelopment Project. Central Gippsland Health Chief Executive, Frank Evans, said the Stretton Park Board was now ready to engage the architect and … Continue reading

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World Hepatitis Day

Central Gippsland Health is actively promoting the fight against Hepatitis within our community.  Project officer with the CGH Needle and Syringe Program, Glenn Strike, spoke about the issue to mark World Hepatitis Day on Friday July 28.  Glenn said the … Continue reading

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Make a healthy choice

You will notice some new signs up in the CGH Cafeteria. It’s all part of efforts to help people make healthier choices. CGH has partnered with Alfred Health to install signage in its cafeteria to help staff and visitors identify … Continue reading

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