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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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Donation to neonatal unit helps our littlest patients

Some of Fiona Stanley Hospital’s smallest patients will benefit from a generous donation from the Humpty Dumpty Foundation and Hitachi.

The ho... more

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Community Link Booth a first for WA hospital

A new Community Link Booth at Fiona Stanley Hospital will be a one-stop-shop for patients, families and carers to connect with community-based services and... more

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Interns kick off medical careers

South Metropolitan Health Service welcomed 118 new medical graduates last week, signalling the start of their careers as doctors.

Their first week i... more

118 new medical graduates who joined South Metropolitan Health Service stand outside in an amphitheatre style garden.

Santa's little helpers spread Christmas cheer

A small act of kindness from Indi, Ebony and Caitlyn has put a big smile on the faces of the youngest patients at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH).

Emb... more

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$1.6 million for landmark bladder cancer study

A ground-breaking bladder cancer study which began in Western Australia has received almost $1.6 million in funding and will become the largest bladder can... more

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Simple blood test could unlock cancer therapy options

A Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) researcher on a quest to find blood markers to help predict a cancer patient’s likelihood of responding to new immunot... more

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Service medical registrars sought

The words 'flexible and supportive work environment' and 'opportunities to learn and progress' sum up Dr Ade Freeman’s experience at Fiona Stanley Ho... more

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