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Toe transfer restores use of hand

After losing 4 fingers in a horrific accident, Janette Hendry thought she’d never use her hand again.

But thanks to the Fiona Stanley Hospital... more

New blood test for rheumatoid arthritis

Researchers at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) and PathWest have discovered a simple blood test that can predict the risk of serious infection in rheumatoid a... more

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Staff get loud for doctor wellbeing day

Today, Fiona Stanley Hospital staff donned their ‘loudest and brightest’ shirts in support of international doctor’s wellbeing day.

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Pharmacy improvement project up for award

The Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) Pharmacy team is celebrating its selection as a finalist in the WA Health Excellence Awards.

The Pharmacy comp... more

Members of the FSH Pharmacy team standing in a group

Cheer on Josh as he cycles to the FSH finish line

Josh Gliddon is currently on a 25-day cycle adventure, from Melbourne to Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH), to raise funds for the more

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Kerrie shares her story for Mental Health Week

“I am a survivor. What I have experienced has tested my strength – mentally, physically and spiritually. I was subjected to abuse from a young ... more

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Malcolm receives furry visitor

Anyone who has ever owned a beloved pet knows the feeling of sadness when they leave them at home to go to work or on a holiday.

This is certainly t... more

Man in wheelchair in front of dog, surrounded by family and staff

FSH welcomes 277 spring babies

September was a busy month for the Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) Maternity Unit, with an incredible 277 babies brought into the world, including three sets ... more

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Doctors recognised as leaders in education

From a very competitive field of nominations, Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) Junior Medical Officer Dr Kiran Narula and Cardiology Advanced Trainee Dr James ... more

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Be breast aware during October

During October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, women are encouraged to be ‘breast aware’.

Breast cancer is the most common cause of can... more

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