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Hospital equipment donation appreciated

Staff at Wyong Hospital have welcomed the continued generosity of the members of Wyong Women’s Bowling Club, who have made another donation to improve the comfort of patients. Following their charity day held in October,…

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Volunteers sought for back pain study

University of Newcastle, Ourimbah Campus, PhD candidate, Sean Sadler, is looking for volunteers with and without chronic low back pain to participate in a clinical trial evaluating how effective some common allied health treatments for…


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Mental healthcare forum held

The Central Coast Branch of the Australian Psychological Association (APS) hosted a mental healthcare forum at Mingara Recreation Club on February 28, in a bid to improve outcomes for people on the Central Coast who…


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New nursing and midwifery graduates

Over 100 new nursing and midwifery graduates are launching their careers at Wyong and Gosford Hospitals. Member for Terrigal, Adam Crouch, said nurses and midwives play a crucial role in the health system. “Around the…


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Free lower limb assessments

The University of Newcastle Podiatry Clinic at Wyong Hospital is offering children age 0-17 free lower limb assessments. Children will be assessed by final year students, supervised by a Podiatrist. Children and their families can…





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Active Kids and Creative Kids programs are now open

The NSW Government’s Active Kids program is now open for 2019, after a successful first year. Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Scot MacDonald, joined Liberal candidate for The Entrance, Brian Perrem, at First Berkeley…


Fundraising world record attempt for childhood cancer

In recognition of World Childhood Cancer Day, on February 15, Lions Clubs from across the country will be aiming to break a fundraising world record. Throughout February, members from Charmhaven, Chittaway Bay, Gorokan-Kanwal, Gwandalan, Killarney…