Mercy Health scientists awarded $1.1M to develop a preeclampsia blood test
Mercy Health scientists have been awarded $1.1 million from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) to develop a new blood test which could identify women at risk of preeclampsia – a disease considered one of the most significant causes of pregnancy complication.
Seeing the ability in disability
Today is International Day of People with Disability. It is also one year since Mercy Health published its first Accessibility Action Plan.
‘ED’ at Werribee Mercy Hospital recognised as a hero
Werribee Mercy Hospital’s Emergency Department, which stared COVID-19 in the face throughout the year, is the first recipient of the Lalor Hero Award for 2020, an award that recognises local heroes’ service and contribution to the Lalor electorate community in Melbourne’s West. Accepting the award, Emergency Department Nurse Unit Manager Lynn O’Neil said that…
The people of Melbourne’s West are being heard!
Mercy Health Group Chief Executive Adjunct Professor Stephen Cornelissen said that the funding is a clear sign the voices of the people of the west of Melbourne are being heard and the Government is seriously considering meeting these upgrades. “It is satisfying to see that the extensive service and architectural planning for the next stage…
Mercy Health Doctor Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Trailblazing obstetrician Dr Bernadette White has been awarded Catholic Health Australia’s Sister Maria Cunningham Lifetime Contribution Award for her dedication to the health sector. Dr White has been committed to her higher calling as a clinician, educator, supervisor and supporter of advancing women’s health at Mercy Hospital for Women and is considered an exceptional leader and…
High praise for Mercy Health’s ‘heroic’ frontline workers
Mercy Health Group Chief Executive Adjunct Professor Stephen Cornelissen has today praised the heroic work of frontline health workers at Werribee Mercy Hospital, which became a hotspot and battleground in the fight against the spread of coronavirus.
Catholic sector honors its masked heroes with series of films thanking them
Catholic Health Australia will pay tribute to the 80,000 hospital and aged care workers across its member network for their extraordinary efforts during the Covid-19 crisis with a series of new films.
Mercy Health to operate new early parenting service
Mercy Health to operate new early parenting service.
Mercy Place Mandurah resident enjoys a holiday
Ninety-year-old Mercy Place Mandurah resident Malcolm Dyer may be legally blind, but he is living proof that you are never too old to have new adventures.
Aged care residents hit the right note virtually all of the time
Mercy Place East Melbourne residents, their loved ones and friends from Mercy Place Apartments Parkville worked around current visitor restrictions, joining together virtually for a group sing-along at the aged care home last week.
Last reviewed October 9, 2020.