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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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Rapid access to cancer diagnosis for better outcomes

A new Rapid Access Neck Lump Clinic at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) is speeding up the time from referral to diagnosis and treatment for people with head a... more

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FSH to house Australia’s first phenome research centre

The Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) campus is set to become home to one of the world’s leading research laboratories – the Australian National Phe... more

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Home in time for Christmas

After almost four months in hospital, patient Craig Wilson is getting the best Christmas gift he could have wished for – going home!

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A young man sits in a wheelchair with five female nurses standing beside him. The nurses all wear bright surgical scrubs featuring Christmas designs.

Community members sought for Emergency Department Consumer Advisory Group

The Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) Emergency Department is currently seeking six members of the community to join their Consumer Advisory Group for a term of... more

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Santa Claus has come to town

Festive magic arrived at Fiona Stanley Hospital with the paediatric ward welcoming Santa Claus and Mrs Claus as guests of honour at the annual Christmas pa... more

Two young girls with their faces painted stand next to Santa and Mrs Claus

Specialised service supports high risk patients

A dedicated tracheostomy service at Fiona Stanley Hospital is providing crucial support and education for these high-risk patients and the staff who care f... more

A man and two women who are part of the tracheostomy service team stand in front of a window. The man is holding a sealed packet of medical equipment.

Research shines at showcase

More than 120 staff celebrated the diverse research being undertaken across the health service during the inaugural SMHS Research Showcase on Thursday 29 N... more

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Research focus on patient’s long term outcomes

Undertaking research to ensure better patient outcomes is what drives Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) Anaesthetist Dr Ed O’Loughlin.

Dr O’L... more

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