The Rural Northwest Health Community Health Team have developed some resources to help you and your child experience fun activities that provide the opportunity to develop their skills and try …

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CELEBRATIONS AT RNH HOPETOUN CAMPUS 

Mother’s Day at the Rural Northwest Health Hopetoun Campus was a wonderful day featuring a Roast lamb luncheon with all the trimmings enjoyed by residents and …

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Hopetoun Lake has been a long standing place for locals and holiday makers alike to enjoy recreational activities from water skiing to picnicking. In recent times, these activities have not …

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Active April is here! – First of all, THANK YOU for staying at home!

Second, WWHS have teamed up with Rural Northwest Health, Wimmera Primary Care Partnership and Yarriambiack Shire Council …

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4 April Coronavirus Community Update

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Warracknabeal residents will have the opportunity to find
out more about My Aged Care on Thursday 27 February. Rural Northwest Health
Wellbeing Coordinators Karen Miller and Katrina Rosser will be available
outside the …

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Tuesday 4th February saw 20 people come together to enjoy a healthy lunch made fresh at the Hopetoun Community Garden.

A free community event organised by …

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When Sandra Cowan contracted chronic fatigue syndrome, the medical world was still asleep to the illness.

The Warracknabeal woman has started a support group for community members who suffer from the …

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RNH applauds Hewitt’s services

Glenda Hewitt has stepped down from the board of directors at Rural Northwest Health after completing her decade of tenure.

Mrs Hewitt joined the board as a Warracknabeal …

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