Central West Hospital and Health Service
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We would like to pay our respects to the First Peoples, traditional custodians of the land and waterways and thank the custodians who act on behalf of their Peoples for their continued hospitality across the expanse of the health service.
We acknowledge and celebrate the continuation of a living culture that has a unique role in the Central West Hospital and Health Service area.
We also acknowledge Elders past and present as well as emerging leaders of tomorrow, and thank them for their wisdom and guidance as we seek to improve healthcare outcomes for all our population.
Information about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Programs is available here
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website/publication contains images, voices and names of deceased persons.
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.