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Bree’s return is a welcome one

Our newly appointed clinical support nurse already has a strong connection with Rural Northwest Health and the Warracknabeal community.

Bree Stonehouse is a born and bred Warracknabeal girl and began her nursing career at RNH as a trainee enrolled nurse. After her training, Bree travelled all over the country, working at different hospitals until she settled in Horsham with her husband and started raising a family.

Bree said she was excited about her new career role with RNH and was happy to be based at the Warracknabeal campus where both her father Rod and sister Maddie also work.

“Clinical support nurse is a very new role for me but I am really enjoying working with the various clinical team members and student nurses,” Bree said.

Bree’s role includes supporting, guiding and organising the students who train or are on placement at our facility, the graduate Registered Nurses and all team members on the floor.

“I’m here to help with skills, educate and support,” she said.

Rural Northwest Health is currently recruiting a new team of graduate nurses. All enquiries to Bree on 5396 1264 or email: breanna.stonehouse@rnh.net.au

Breanna Stonehouse, centre instructing student nurses Mikaela and Jamie-Lee

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