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Dr Fergus Kerr discusses our new Director of Research, funding to cope with Winter demand and more.
Our new leaders in Surgery, Anaesthesia and Procedural Medicine share what they hope to achieve.
Austin Health and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons sign Respect Agreement.
A research project in the ONJ Centre will look at how supportive care programs can be tailored to the needs of patients.
Patients undergoing treatment at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre express their feelings and emotions through Art Therapy.
On World Social Work Day, we speak to Louise Whatmore, Family Violence Social Work Senior Clinician.
Italian Eve Verna is helping Austin Health grow consumer representation from culturally diverse communities.
Sue Shilbury highlights our clinical operations leadership, innovations, philanthropy and upcoming Harmony Day celebration.
Major train and road works are underway which could lengthen your commute to and from work.
How staff collaboration led to the seamless move of 38 wards... and counting.
14-year-old Hobart boy, Campbell Remess is famous for making teddy bears for sick kids.
Marvin Gaye is different to most other staff on Ward 9 West - but he nonetheless plays an essential role.
Health Minister Jill Hennessy officially opens the Short Stay Unit.
Four women have been awarded Austin Health International Women's Day (IWD) awards in 2018.
Today is International Women's Day. Come and join the celebrations across Austin Health!
Austin Health pioneers world-first treatment for patients with liver failure.
Ballarat Austin Radiation Oncology nurses win a teamwork award at the Ballarat Health’s Value Awards.
Paralympian Andrew Harrison on how playing wheelchair rugby at Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre changed his life.
Austin Health's Director of Fundraising shares her story and passion for healthcare philanthropy.
Sue Shilbury on acknowledging innovation and achievements as well as our upcoming International Women's Day celebrations.
The intervention that reduced inpatient cardiac arrests at Austin Health by 75 per cent in less than 20 years.