Media and publications
Media representatives are invited to direct any enquiries for
information or photographs to the following who will be able to
Group Manager Media and
Sally-Ann is based in our Perth office in Western Australia.
Mobile: 0402 167 401
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
- 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 email@example.com
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.
This week St John of God Health Care will surpass 10,000 babies born in one year at its hospitals for the first time, mirroring the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s findings released this week that the birth rate in Australia is increasing.
St John of God Geelong Hospital proud to be part of the Western Alliance.
St John of God Mt Lawley Hospital is receiving a facelift, with around $17million earmarked to upgrade and refurbish the facility over the next few years.
A new combined role across Warrnambool’s two hospitals will give newly-diagnosed cancer patients extra support in their time of need.
Patients at St John of God Richmond Hospital have created a thriving community garden which has multiple health and wellbeing benefits.
Media Release Archive
Australian Government Minister for Health, Tanya Plibersek,
officially opened the new St John of God Bunbury Hospital
Comprehensive Cancer Centre today,bringing specialist care for
cancer patients closer to their South West home.
St John of God Bunbury hospital is one of 13 private hospitals
who voluntarily along with all public hospitals, provide clinical
data on a range of services and significant associated
Specialist cancer and heart treatment are just part of the new
$35.9M health services wich nwill be available to residents in the
hub of the South West to local residents by March 2013.
Residents of the South West regional now have access to
specialist cardiac treatment and care closer to home with today's
opening in Bunbury of a $10M state-of-the-art Coronary Care
(CCU) on the South West Health Campus