NAIDOC Week celebrations at AHS

Armadale Health Service (AHS) celebrated NAIDOC Week on Tuesday 11 July, with staff, patients and visitors coming together to recognise the achievements of... more

Kalamunda Hospital’s palliative focus

Kalamunda Hospital has seen focus in its specialist inpatient palliative care service grow in its 40 years of operation. Just in the last few years alone, ... more

NAIDOC Week activities at AHS

NAIDOC Week (2 – 9 July 2017) is fast approaching and you are invited to help celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torre... more

Midwives paint the town purple

You’ll be excused for doing a double take at the midwives on Friday 23 June.

Midwives at Armadale Health Service (AHS) wore a purple bra outsi... more

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

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

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