Our Voice

A quarterly publication keeping you informed about what's happening within Mercy Health.

We would like to thank everyone who has contributed ideas and feedback to the creation of this publication.

The mission of this magazine is to represent the voice of Mercy Health’s people. As such, we’d love to hear your thoughts on the design and content of Our Voice. We are also always interested in any story ideas you may have. It is only through the sharing of stories that Our Voice is heard.

Our Voice winter 2020

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Never give up

The winter edition of Our Voice features the miraculous story of cervical cancer survivor Cath Stach giving birth to a baby boy against all the odds, and many more inspiring stories from across Mercy Health.

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Our Voice autumn 2020

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100 years of Mercy healthcare

The autumn edition of Our Voice proudly celebrates 100 years of Mercy Health and features many moving stories about the people we serve.

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Our Voice summer 2019

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Saving precious little lives

The summer edition of Our Voice reports the amazing story of little Calista Aves, whose life was saved by the Paediatric team at Werribee Mercy Hospital, and many more inspiring stories from Mercy Health.

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Our Voice spring 2019

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A celebration fit for a centenarian

This edition of Our Voice celebrates Mercy Place Northcliffe resident Irene Ballard's 104th birthday and many other inspiring people and programs from Mercy Health.

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Our Voice winter 2019

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Werribee Mercy Hospital is 25 years old

Celebrating 25 years of Werribee Mercy Hospital.

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Our Voice autumn 2019

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