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Twelve new nursing graduates start work with Central West Hospital and Health Service this week (6 February).
Longreach baby Hudson Groves and his mother Nina have received the first of 100 special reading packs donated by a Queensland literary organisation to the Central West Hospital and
BreastScreen Queensland’s state-of the-art mobile screening van will visit the Central West
region from early February to late April and women are encouraged to attend and have their free breast screen.
Chief Executive appointment
First baby of 2023 at Longreach
Babies born at Longreach Hospital during 2023 will each receive a special reading pack thanks to a generous donation of 100 packs by a Queensland literary organisation.
Longreach dialysis unit to get under way
General Practice Services Update
Although the Christmas holidays are often a happy and joyful time, they can also be a challenging period for some.
BreastScreen Queensland’s state-of the-art mobile screening van will visit the Central West region from mid-February to early May next year and women are encouraged to attend and have their free breast screen.
Central West parents should watch out for button batteries this Christmas and supervise children closely around vehicles, pools, and other bodies of water to avoid accidents and potential tragedies.
A community meeting was held in Tambo on 22 November to discuss a historic document designed to improve the health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Central West Queensland.