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International Nurses Day - 2017

AWH celebrated International Midwives Day on 5 May 2017 and International Nurses Day on 12 May 2017. AWH nursing staff were thanked not only for their everyday contributions to the broader community but for their ongoing service and commitment to making AWH the best of health.
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Opportunity shops donate $196,400 to AWH

AWH will benefit from the massive donation of $196,400 from their two opportunity shops.
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Give Me 5 for Kids Donation

After another very successful 'Give Me 5 for Kids' fundraiser, Southern Cross Austereo has donated $45,655.22 to the AWH Children's Ward to purchase MRI distraction goggles.
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AWH Quality Account 2016

Formerly known as the Quality of Care Report, the Quality Account showcases AWH's commitment to patient safety and quality service.
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AWH Annual Report 2016

The 2016 Annual Report was publicly released on 23 November 2016, at the Annual General Meeting.
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Community Advisory Committee - Expressions of Interest

Are you able to reflect the needs and interests of a broad range of consumers and communities? Do you think you can assist AWH in achieving its strategic plan and objectives? Are you interested in working collaboratively with us to improve the quality and accessibility of AWH services?
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Aboriginal Employment Plan 2016-2019

Karreeta is the Gunditjmara word for ‘grow’ and Yirramboi is the Taungurung word meaning ‘tomorrow’. Karreeta Yirramboi, the Victorian Government’s plan to improve public-sector employment and career development outcomes for Aboriginal
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Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre

The aim of the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre ( AWRCC) is to bring together, where possible, all the cancer related services which are currently scattered across Albury and Wodonga, making it easier for patients with cancer and their
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Annual Report 2015

The 2015 Annual Report highlights the 2014-15 financial year for Albury Wodonga Health.
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Quality of Care Report 2015

The Quality of Care Report showcases AWH's commitment to Quality, Safety and the consumer experience within our health service.
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Latispsoh Fundraising Appeal 2015

The campaign for 2015 has been launched and the generosity of individuals and businesses in our communities has helped to raise $43,000 last year, hopefully, we can raise even more funds this year to assist hospitals in purchasing essential
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AWH Opens new Rehabilitation Service

Albury Wodonga Health will be opening its new Inpatient Rehabilitation Ward at its Wodonga Campus on the 28th September. The new service is purpose designed for rehabilitation patients. “The new model of care delivers world class rehabilitation
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Community Advisory Committee - Expressions of Interest

Would you like to help us improve your health services? Would you like to gain experience representing consumer interests?
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DonateLife Week Aug 2 to 8

To optimise every potential organ and tissue donation, this Donate Life Week are asking every Australian family to have the chat that can save lives. To help start the conversation, we’re asking
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City2City

The Hume Bank City2City Run Walk for Albury Wodonga Health is a volunteer-run event that celebrates and raises funds for our cross-border health service.  All proceeds raised will go directly to Albury Wodonga Health (AWH), and in this our
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New Theatre Opens

Albury Wodonga Health has opened a fourth operating theatre at the Albury hospital, seeking to make inroads into a growing elective surgery waiting list. The theatre has remained dormant since the Albury Hospital was first opened but the health
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AWH Board of Director Appointments

The Minister of Health, the Hon David Davis has advised of the membership of the Albury Wodonga Health Board of Directors, effective 1 July 2014. The Hon Lou Lieberman has been appointed to the position of Chairman. Mr Lieberman is a former
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PET / CT Scanner

Albury Wodonga Health's $5 million PET / CT scanner facility commenced operation on 28th November 2013. The establishment of the service means patients from the region no longer have to travel to Melbourne, Sydney or Canberra for the latest diagnostic nuclear medicine treatment.
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Volunteers are Winners

Albury and Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre