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Educator named as finalist in nursing and midwifery awards

Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) nursing and midwifery educator Renee de Prazer is a finalist in the prestigious WA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards (WA... more

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SMHS staff recognised for excellence

We are proud to congratulate the winners of the inaugural South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) Excellence Awards, announced last night at a cocktail ev... more

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Cancer Centre patient undergoes 100th treatment cycle

Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) Cancer Centre patient Margaret Amm has marked the incredible milestone of her 100th cycle of cancer treatment.

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Multidisciplinary diabetic foot service awarded for excellence

The Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospitals Group (FSFHG) Multidisciplinary Diabetic Foot Unit (MDFU) was recently recognised by the National Association of Diab... more

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Aboriginal students inspired to learn about careers at SMHS

Fiona Stanley Hospital recently hosted the inaugural South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) Aboriginal Student Information Evening.

Designed to in... more

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Finalists announced for inaugural SMHS Excellence Awards

South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) has announced the finalists for the inaugural SMHS Excellence Awards to be held 10 April 2019. more

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Nurse recognised for service on Rottnest Island

Pioneer nurse Fay Sullivan, has been recognised by South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) and the Rottnest Island Authority for her work in establishing ... more

Two men and a woman stand in front of a wall with two plaques attached. The woman's had is on a plaque that reads 'In reocgnition of the commitment and dedication shown to those in need by Registered Nurse Fay Sullivan at the Rottnest Island Nursing Post and after who Fay's Bay is named'

SMHS registrar takes research to world stage

South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) Mental Health Registrar Dr Katie Niven is gearing up to present her mental health research at the esteemed World C... more

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Fresh outlook for spinal patients

Patients in the Fiona Stanley Hospital state rehabilitation spinal ward have been treated to a refresh of their main courtyard.

Generously funded by... more

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New cognitive impairment identifier empowers staff

A new bedside tool will empower clinical and non-clinical staff working across Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospitals Group (FSFHG) to better respond to patient... more

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