Mercy Health Podcast Series

  • Rebecca HillDr Rebecca Hill, Consultant Psychiatrist, Mother Baby Services,
    Werribee Mercy Hospital

     

     
  • Megan GalballyMegan Galbally, Consultant Psychiatrist, Perinatal Mental Health,
    Mercy Hospital for Women ​

     

     
     
  • Neesha Khot Neesha Khot, Obstetrician,
    Werribee Mercy Hospital  

     

     
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    Lorelle, Client, 
    Mercy Mental Health Care Community Care Units 
                                                      
     
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  • suewalker2 Professor Susan WalkerSheila Handbury Chair of Maternal Fetal Medicine  

    Professor Susan Walker talks about ‘Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome’ and the team behind the in utero surgical procedure that is saving lives.

     

     
  • Craig Parry ​Craig Parry, Professional Golfer

    Craig Parry talks about his long-term support of Mercy Palliative Care through his involvement in the annual Craig Parry Charity Pro-Am Golf Tournament.


     

     
  • Gopie Dr Gillian Opie, Neonatal Paediatrician, Mercy Health

    Dr Gillian Opie describes the journey she has just completed to establish the Mercy Health Breastmilk Bank at Mercy Hospital for Women and how access to pasteurised donor milk benefits not only premature babies, but the whole family. 


     

     

 

 

 

 
 

 

  • Fran Gore Fran Gore, Acting Manager of Palliative Care, Mercy Health 

    Fran Gore talks about the importance of community support for the immediate care services provided to terminally ill patients by the team at Mercy Health’s Palliative Care. 

     
  • volAnn O’Brien and Walter Sozanski, Volunteers at Mercy Health Palliative Care

    Mercy Health Palliative Care volunteers Ann and Walter describe how rewarding it is to spend time with patients and how others can become involved.

     
     
     
     
       
       
       

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