The leaders of our new Medical Services Division explain their new structure and plans for the future.
Make your voice heard and take part in this year’s employee opinion survey.
After almost dying from the flu, Kerri Cosma wants to talk about the importance of the flu vaccination.
No-one knows why people with spinal injuries get sleep apnoea. Prof Berlowitz is getting closer to an answer.
In his daily role, Caillin Austin records life and death. The reality of this process inspired him and his wife, Simone, to raise money at their wedding for cancer treatment.
Professor Ingrid Scheffer has been profiled in the world's highest-ranked clinical neurology journal.
Advance Care Planning Australia is an initiative of Austin Health funded by the Commonwealth Government.
Students completing their third and fourth year of the Doctor of Medicine course at Melbourne University are undertaking phenomenal research projects at Austin Health.
Sixteen people were involved in the eight-way kidney exchange.
Sue Shilbury on recognising innovation, the reappointment of our Board Chair, and making your voice heard.
A Cardiology procedure has been such a success that cardiologists are trapped in a cage - literally.
Prof Berney shares her secrets to success, as a past recipient of a Victorian Public Healthcare Award.
Indigenous occupational therapist, Tya Fry, is helping Austin Health to provide culturally safe care.
Specialist trainees have passed the exams with flying colours.
It's long been known that shift work can play havoc with your ability to get a good night's shut eye. It's hoped a landmark Austin Health study will provide some solutions to the problem.
Austin Health's new state-of-the-art ambulance gives staff and patients a safer and more comfortable ride.
Whether you're an accomplished runner or haven't broken into a trot since primary school, Run Melbourne has an event you're capable of completing and you'll have plenty of colleagues cheering you every step of the way. Read about why you should join the Run Melbourne challenge to do something good for yourself and for Austin Health!