It’s okay not to be okay.

A singular compelling message resonated through a packed Warracknabeal Community Centre on Tuesday night.

“Talk to someone.”

Just three words but they were delivered continuously as each …

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It’s World Continence Week and our continence nurse Amanda Larcombe has gone to a lot of trouble to set up a display with loads of information around this very common …

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Hopetoun’s Cheryl Reid proved a popular winner of Rural Northwest Health’s 2019 Betty Richardson Award.

A packed room applauded loudly as the Hopetoun campus administration manager was announced during an awards …

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Warracknabeal couple Enid and Edward Schultz are the epitome of what love and life are all about.

When they married 66 years ago, Enid’s mother joked that they wouldn’t last two …

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Rural Northwest Health’s Warracknabeal auxiliary is looking for like-minded people who enjoy working as a group to help support their local health service.

The auxiliary is a little light on numbers …

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Get up, get out of bed and get moving.

That’s the message Rural Northwest Health acute care nurses are promoting to their patients.

The message is part of a new worldwide campaign …

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Nursing numbers bolstered by new grads

A wealth of new nursing staff has bolstered clinical numbers at Rural Northwest Health and helped to ensure the organisation continues to meet high industry …

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