Monthly Archives: March 2018

New cancer support group

 A new cancer support group is being formed in the Sale area for people in the community with all forms of cancer. Central Gippsland Health’s Community Liaison Group is supporting the establishment of the new group which will focus on … Continue reading

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Busy time in Maffra

Residents of the JH McDonald Wing at Maffra Hospital enjoyed many activities in March including the Interfaculty Bowls social game with Stretton Park. One of the residents turned 50 and a cheese and wine afternoon was held to celebrate. The … Continue reading

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Busy March for McDonald Wing

Residents of the JH McDonald Wing at Maffra Hospital enjoyed many activities in March including the Interfaculty Bowls social game with Stretton Park. One of the residents turned 50 and a cheese and wine afternoon was held to celebrate. The … Continue reading

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Tennis players donate to CGH

The Sale Tennis Club (STC) with support of the Wellington Gippsland Tennis holds a fundraising round, each allocating funds to a community cause. This year, the association raised $1,350 and donated it the Central Gippsland Health’s Oncology Department. Funds raised … Continue reading

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Telehealth expands to Bairnsdale

Children in the Wellington community are getting expert care, thanks a partnership between Central Gippsland Health (CGH) and Monash Children’s Hospital…and the internet. Telehealth is successfully delivering services to local patients and now, CGH is expanding the link to Bairnsdale … Continue reading

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Strengthening response to family violence

 Kristan Millar is the Clinical Lead for Strengthening Hospital Response to Family Violence. She has written an article to introduce herself and also explain the project and how it affects Central Gippsland Health.   Hi my name is Kristen Millar … Continue reading

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Good reason to have flu jab

There are 12 good reasons for healthcare workers to have the yearly flu vaccination. Central Gippsland Health is about to embark on its annual influenza vaccination campaign and our infection control nurses are urging staff to read the background information … Continue reading

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