The Health, Safety and Wellness Team are encouraging you to sign up to Fitness Passport!
Social Worker and Ngarra Jarra Team Leader Cath Bradley shares with us why she's passionate about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health.
The Austin Health Sciences Library assists in preserving our remarkable history.
On Monday, we hosted our first ‘End of Graduate Year Celebration’ to recognise our graduate nurses.
Arguably producing the most amount of Intensive Care Unit (ICU) research in the world, the ICU Department at Austin Health has a culture of ongoing learning and always striving for the very best outcome for patients.
The Spirit of Anzac Award recognises staff members that have contributed to growing Austin Health’s unique culture.
What can you do to help Close the Gap and improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples?
It’s Cultural Diversity Week, and we’re recognising the importance of creating a diverse and inclusive workplace to make us stronger, richer and better together.
Today is World Social Work Day, and we’re recognising how our social workers play a large role in empowering our patients and forming key relationships.
On Sunday July 28, you can run with purpose at Run Melbourne and fundraise for your own ward or department.
It’s World Sleep Day and our Sleep Lab Scientist, Tom Churchward is sharing his tips and tricks for better sleep and productivity, especially for those working on night shift.
Today is World Kidney Day. Our patient Brendan Elliot says he’s the luckiest man alive to be given a second chance at life after receiving his kidney transplant just weeks ago.
Speech pathologists Michelle and Rhonda shine a light on swallowing disorders, a condition affecting more than 1 million Australians.
Last Friday, we celebrated and recognised the outstanding contributions of women at Austin Health.
Transgender people fear being judged and misunderstood. There are things we can do to make transgender people feel more welcome.
The study looks at how deep brain stimulation can treat a severe form of epilepsy known as Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome.
Find out more about how you can make a difference to patient care.