Monthly Archives: June 2018

New sitting room

The Medical Ward at Sale Hospital now has a sitting room for Rehabilitation patients.  The room has been set up for sub-acute patients to have an area to eat their meals in a relaxing home-like environment, relax after their allied … Continue reading

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Trial of new product

The CGH Dialysis Unit has been trialling a new product called “Cool Sense” to replace the local anaesthetic injection.  The new applicator was researched and trialled at Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne due to a statewide initiative change of policy … Continue reading

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My Health Record opt out period announced

More than five millions Australians already have a My Health Record, which provides a summary of their key health information, delivering better health outcomes for patients and their treating doctors and specialists. Every Australian will be offered a My Health … Continue reading

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Living with cancer

The Living with Cancer Education Program (LWCEP) is developed to support people diagnosed with cancer, their families and friends. It is a facilitated group education program that provides information and the opportunity for discussion and group interaction. The program was … Continue reading

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Donation to Emergency Department

 The purchase of new equipment for Sale Hospital’s Emergency Department has been made possible through a donation from Esso/BHP Billiton Gippsland Basin Joint Venture. The donation of $9339 has secured equipment including a trauma stretcher, a Pulse Oximeter and spine … Continue reading

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Top award for CGH

  Pictured about (clockwise from left) at the Patients Awards Night were Community Network and Volunteer Support Officer, Jude Deedman, Senior Executive Services Administrator, Rebecca Gunning and Chief Operating Officer, Jon Millar; Consumer Representative from St Vincent’s, Jas Stretton with … Continue reading

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Boost for Stretton Park

Community fundraising towards the Stretton Park refurbishment project has almost reached $100,000. Board Chair, Phill Clifford, said the Maffra aged care facility was extremely grateful to the community for its efforts. “The project will cost $6.5 million so everyone dollar … Continue reading

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