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Pulmonary rehabilitation breathes new life into patients

"Pulmonary rehabilitation has given me a second chance at life."

These are the words of 68-year-old Denise Wood who is now stronger both physically ... more

Four pulmonary rehabilitation patients and three FSH staff standing together in the gym smiling.

Rehabilitation service turning thumbs green

The Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) State Rehabilitation Service (SRS) is handing... more

A man in a wheelchair and another man stand beside a raised vegetable garden bed

Important conversation transforms lives

When Tammie Heedes lost her sport loving, 12-year-old son, Christopher, to asthma, she knew through organ donation she had the opportunity to help save or ... more

A young boy stands on a jetty as the sun sets behind him

School is in session for surgery patients

Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) patients will be better prepared for surgery than ever, thanks to the new initial trial of the SurgFit School – an innov... more

Three women part of SurgFit School standing together outside smiling.

Celebrating our volunteers this National Volunteer Week

This National Volunteer Week (15-21 May 2023) we’re highlighting our wonderful Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospitals Group (FSFHG) volunteers.

Fro... more

Three volunteers - one female and two males, wearing blue volunteer shirts, standing together smiling.

Transplant recipient celebrates gift of life this Mother's Day

Mums around Australia will be celebrating on Sunday, but none more so than transplant recipient, World Transplant Games competitor and mum, Chesney Maloney... more

A woman wearing multiple winners medals stand between an older woman and a teenage girl in a garden setting

New tech to improve outcomes for thyroid nodule patients

In a WA first, the new thyroid radiofrequency ablation (RFA) service has been established at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) and is expected to significantly ... more

Fiona Stanley Hospital Consultant Radiologist and another male health professional jointly hold a certificate

Initiative to help improve outcomes for emergency department patients

According to the WA Sustainable Health Review, five per cent of people who present to emergency departments (EDs) in Western Australia account for 20 per c... more

Two men and two men stand in a garden sitting

Finding the positives in the unexpected

The last thing 80-year-old William (Bill) Hazel expected to be doing whilst holidaying in sunny Western Australia was to be spending two weeks in hospital.... more

Bill Hazel pictured to the right, sitting in a chair in his hospital room.
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