News and events

School project brings books for sick kids

A school assignment on healthcare has led to a gift of new books for children recovering in the Armadale Health Service (AHS) paediatric ward.

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Student Taj Wisewould donating a set of children's books to the paediatric ward

Male nurses unite for Movember

A group of Armadale Health Service nurses are temporarily ditching their razors to raise awareness about men’s health and prostate cancer as part of ... more

Recognised for mentoring excellence

Armadale Mental Health Service (AMHS) Registered Nurse Jamie Burns has been recognised for providing excellent guidance and support to graduate nurses as p... more

New dialysis service for critical patients

Armadale Health Service’s (AHS) Intensive Care Unit has introduced a con... more

Mental Health Week 2015

Mental Health Week 2015 will be held from 2 to 10 October and seeks to promote awareness of mental health and wellbeing.

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Bus stop service disruption

Due to minor road works taking place on the Armadale Health Service campus, Transperth bus services will bypass the bus stop (no. 13369) located on the hos... more

Improving care for Aboriginal mothers and babies

A South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) antenatal program providing culturally appropriate care for pregnant Aboriginal women is leading to improved out... more

Boodjari Yorgas midwife with pregnant Aboriginal mother and her partner

Speech Pathology Week 2015

Armadale Health Service is helping to raise awareness about communication and swallowing disorders as part of Speech Pathology Week.

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Whooping cough vaccinations

Armadale Health Service was made aware of a patient with confirmed whooping cough (pertussis) who recently attended the antenatal clinic.

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Staff rally for heartfelt gift

Armadale Health Service (AHS) midwives recently raised more than $1,700 for Heartfelt – a not-for-profit organisation that provides photographic... more

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