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.
Keeping everyone connected during challenging times
Residents at Mercy Place Warrnambool are keeping in touch with families and loved ones during coronavirus restrictions in multiple ways – using phone and video calls, and chatting virtually on tablets.
Paediatrics Ward turns one
The Werribee Mercy Hospital Paediatrics Ward has turned one.
Golden Rise Retirement Living nears completion
The $8-million Mercy Health Golden Rise Seniors Living project at Bendigo is nearing its final stages of construction.
Board member Francis Sullivan becomes an Officer of the Order of Australia
Mercy Health Board member Mr Francis Sullivan has been conferred the honour of Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in today’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
Julien O’Connell AM recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List
Former Chairman of the Mercy Health Board and current Chairman of the Mercy Health Foundation, Mr Julien O’Connell AM, has been conferred the honour of Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in today’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
A new protein to predict pregnancies at risk of stillbirth
Stillbirth is a devastating tragedy that claims 1 in every 130 pregnancies in Australia. This means that every single day, 6-7 families lose their baby to stillbirth. One of the leading causes of stillbirth is a poorly functioning placenta; the life support system that provides oxygen and nutrients to a growing baby. The first sign…
Last reviewed May 16, 2020.