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New service enhances cardiac care in Western NSW

23 June 2022

Access to first-class cardiac care and treatment across Western NSW Local Health District (WNSWLHD) has been significantly enhanced with the opening of Dubbo Hospital’s brand new Cardiac Catheter Laboratory. The new Cardiac Cath Lab welcomed its first patients on Wednesday 8 June, and is the final service to come online as part of the $150 million third and fourth stages...

Families invited to Welcome to Bourke Community Baby Ceremony

21 June 2022

Western NSW Local Health District (WNSWLHD) is inviting families in Bourke and surrounding areas to take part in a Welcome to Bourke Community Baby Ceremony on Thursday 14 July. Open to all infants aged from birth to two years, this year’s ceremony will be the second held following the first in 2021, and will form part of Bourke’s NAIDOC Week...

More than $149 million to reduce costs for regional patients

20 June 2022

More than 45,000 people in rural and regional NSW are set to benefit from an expansion of the Isolated Patients Travel and Accommodation Assistance Scheme (IPTAAS), with the NSW Government investing an additional $149.5 million as part of the 2022-23 NSW Budget. Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole said this funding will make sure people living in...

$200 million upgrade for Bathurst Health Service

15 June 2022

The NSW Government will invest $200 million in a major redevelopment of Bathurst Hospital as part of the 2022-23 NSW Budget. Deputy Premier, Minister for Regional NSW, and Member for Bathurst Paul Toole said this significant upgrade will ensure the local community and wider Central West region will have access to high quality care now and well into the future....

Historic health partnership to target diabetes in Western NSW

14 June 2022

People living with Type 2 diabetes in Western NSW are set to benefit from a $13.7 million investment from the NSW Government’s Collaborative Commissioning program aimed to drive patient centred diabetes care in their local community. Minister for Regional Health Bronnie Taylor said the funding will be rolled out over three years and deliver more co-ordinated, targeted diabetes care to...