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Zane describes ‘Care First’
Zane McKenzie gives his perspective on our services and what the Mercy Health model of care means for him.
Melbourne Archbishop and Health Minister officially bless and open Werribee Mercy Hospital expansion
The Werribee Mercy Hospital Stage 1C expansion was officially blessed and opened yesterday, Thursday 30 August 2018, by Melbourne Archbishop The Most Rev Peter A Comensoli and Victorian Minister for Health Jill Hennessy. The Werribee Mercy Hospital expansion delivers the region’s first Intensive Care Unit (ICU), which will help keep families together during times of…
Mercy Place Mont Clare seniors use talents to help sick kids
Dozens of handmade beanies are destined for patients at Perth Children’s Hospital, thanks to the talent and time of residents in the knitting club at Mercy Place Mont Clare. The gifted seniors are meeting weekly at the Claremont-based home to handcraft the headwear, while at the same time teaching staff at the not-for-profit aged care…
Margaret ticks St Kilda game off bucket list
Mercy Place Keon Park resident Margaret Vears ticked off a bucket list item when she attended the St Kilda v Hawthorn AFL game at Etihad stadium on Saturday 18 August. Margaret’s bedroom at Mercy Place Keon Park is covered in St Kilda memorabilia and the highlight of her week is watching the game on TV. Margaret…
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