Saving precious little lives
A seven-year-old girl has made an emotional return to Werribee Mercy Hospital to thank staff members of the Paediatric Ward and the Emergency Department for saving her life after she suffered an unexpected cardiac arrest earlier this year.Read more
A Rose by any other name
"Never underestimate the power of a woman, be it for good or evil." The words sound like the epigraph to a great novel or film, not the advice of a Mother Superior to her nursing nuns at St Benedict’s Hospital, Malvern, the first Sisters of Mercy hospital in Victoria almost 100 years ago.
What is old is Young again
Mercy Place Mount St Joseph's residential aged care home has undergone a modern and innovative transformation, adopting a household living approach to aged care in the newly redeveloped home.
Naomi Realph lives independently in her own unit, but the 32-year-old, who has Down's Syndrome, enjoys a helping hand from a Mercy Health Home Care Worker to make life run a little smoother.
Passionate advocate for Indigenous health
Committed to improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, Virginia Vaughan approaches her role as Werribee Mercy Hospital Aboriginal Women’s and Children’s Liaison Officer with enthusiasm and warmth.
Volunteering support at every stage of life
Helping Mercy Palliative Care patients to live life fully and comfortably is at the heart of the work that compassionate and supportive volunteers like Mary Frisby passionately carry out.
Christmas message from the Group CEO
This year, Mercy Health has been busy progressing important milestones in our ongoing mission to bring God’s mercy to those in need.
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