News and events

Chronic disease management forum

All health professionals are invited to the chronic disease management forum. The forum will focus on the management of patients with chronic diseases spec... more

New memorial garden to support perinatal loss

There was something extra special added at Armadale Health Service recently, the brand new memorial garden for local women who experience perinatal loss.more

Emergency Department wait times - 15 May to 19 June

As part of our ongoing commitment to improve our hospital’s facilities, we will be replacing the vinyl flooring in our Emergency Department (ED) from more

Armadale Hospital hosts Tanzanian Nurses and Midwives

Tanzanian nurse midwives Chiku Hamisi from the regional Amana Hospital, Hilda Kweka from the Muhumbali Hospital and Johari Kishenga from the Mwananyamna Ho... more

No smoking on campus

Please note Armadale Health Service is a smoke-free site and smoking (including the use of e-cigarettes) is strictly prohibited on hospital grounds includi... more

No smoking anywhere on grounds sign

Quilt donation brightens up neonatal unit

The Armadale Health Service (AHS) neonatal unit received a splash of colour recently, with 15 new quilts being donated to the unit.

AHS Neonates Cli... more

Photo of quilts donated to neonatal unit

Record births in 24 hours

There was no time for a break in the maternity unit on Monday 20 March, with the team safely delivering 18 babies in 22 hours. Between 3.50am and 1.22am th... more

Spread the word not the germs

Clean hands save lives was a topic of conversation for staff and visitors at Armadale and Kalamunda hospitals recently, with the importance of hand hygiene an... more

Three ladies dressed in red, smiling, promoting Infection Prevention Week

Congratulations to our WA Health Excellence Awards finalist

The Armadale Health Service Boodjari Yorgas family care program has been named as a finalist in the annual WA Health Excellence Awards.

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The Boodjari Yorgas team looking happy with their achievement

What matters to you today?

In an effort to improve communication and understanding of patients, Armadale Health Service emergency department staff have been wearing badges which ask ... more

Nine people in hospital scrubs pictured, as well as a badge which says, "Tell me. What matters to you today?"
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