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Media and publications


Media representatives are invited to direct any enquiries for information or photographs to the following who will be able to assist them:

Sally-Ann Parker
Group Manager Media and Public Affairs
Sally-Ann is based in our Perth office in Western Australia.
Mobile:  0402 167 401
Email: Sally-Ann.Parker@sjog.org.au

The latest publications from St John of God Health Care.

St John of God Health Care publishes a range of publications to keep you informed about what is happening across the group.

These publications include:

  • Annual Reports reviewing St John of God Health Care's achievements and challenges during each financial year
  • A quarterly newsletter, Pomegranate, highlighting news from across the group

We hope that these publications provide you with a good overview of our organisation. If you have any questions about these publications or our organisation, please email us at info@sjog.org.au

The latest news from St John of God Health Care

View the latest St John of God news and keep up to date with local and national developments.

  • Celebrating 10,000 babies

    St John of God Health Care is celebrating 10,000 babies born year-to-date at its hospitals across Australia this week, with an average of 36 babies born every day.

    Date: 12.10.16
  • The pioneering Sisters

    From Ireland to the Australian outback the Sisters of St John of God devoted their lives in service to the sick.

    Date: 06.10.16
  • Heritage series - Ned Kelly

    What do the Sisters of St John of God and Ned Kelly have in common? Bishop Matthew Gibney. Read the compelling story from our history.

    Date: 29.09.16
  • St John of God Pathology to transfer to Clinical Labs

    St John of God Health Care's pathology service will be operated by Clinical Labs from October 10 2016 following an announcement today by the Group Chief Executive Officer, Dr Michael Stanford.

    Date: 28.09.16
  • Palliative Paws bring comfort

    Specially trained dogs will visit and comfort patients on the palliative care ward as part of St John of God Bunbury Hospital's new 'Palliative Paws' program.

    Date: 22.09.16
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