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Foundation Day 2020
Each year St John of God Health Care celebrates Foundation Day and it is an opportunity to reflect on our past.
Celebrating a nine-year partnership that has helped to change and save lives
On Thursday, 22 October the St John of God (SJG) International Health team in Timor-Leste co-hosted a very special event at the Hospital Nacional Guido Valadares (HNGV) with long-term supporter, the Bayu-Undan Joint Venture operated by Santos to celebrate the symbolic signing of an annual partnership agreement – the ninth in as many years.
WA first in Breast Cancer treatment led from the South West
St John of God Bunbury Hospital has become the first hospital in Western Australia to introduce and use Magseed technology to improve breast cancer treatment for regional patients.
Longest serving caregivers 2020
Each year we celebrate Foundation Day as an opportunity to reflect on our past and recognise the work of our pioneering Sisters of St John of God.
Delivering compassionate healthcare during a pandemic
Caregivers and patients are embracing and connecting with new technology thanks to the quick thinking teams across St John of God Health Care.
Foundation Day 2020
Bariatric surgery patient information evening
St John of God Geelong Hospital maternal assisted caesarean section
St John of God Geelong Hospital have become the first hospital in the greater Geelong area to birth a baby by an emerging technique known as a Maternal Assisted Caesarean Section.
Thank you for helping us help people in need
As a not-for-profit organisation, St John of God Health Care has a proud history of allocating a percentage of its eligible revenue to the provision of free or low cost, community-based, mental health, homelessness and capacity building services.
How we are keeping our Victorian patients safe in hospital
The safety of our patients, caregivers, specialists and visitors remains our highest priority. In Victoria, we are adhering to all protocols and guidelines as set by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) so that patients can be cared for safely. Read on for some of the measures we have introduced.
Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) information for patients and visitors
What to expect if you have an upcoming admission or want to visit a loved one in hospital.