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Remarkable people doing powerful work – there’s a lot happening at BRHS.

Volunteers deliver ‘something special’ to BRHS, CEO says

More than 60 people including members of the BRHS Board and Executive celebrated a year of hard work from our volunteers in a Christmas lunch at Aroma in Bairnsdale on Wednesday. In her speech at the luncheon honouring the impact volunteers have on BRHS, CEO Vicki Farthing said the

Recognition and awards after tough year of study

Bairnsdale Regional Health Service has recognised staff who have completed studies this year to extend their skills and enhance their careers at a special ceremony recently. The staff recognition evening, held recently at BRHS, congratulated staff who completed studies in both clinical and non-clinical spaces with the support of

Nurse practitioners a vital cog in our ED team

Nurse Practitioner Week is a chance for us to celebrate one of the vital ingredients that makes our Emergency Department run as smoothly as possible. The Australian College of Nurse Practitioners marks Nurse Practitioner Week from 11 to 17 December this year to recognise this vital and highly specialised ED role.

BRHS Kiosk Auxiliary celebrates 60 years of community care

Six decades of service represents an awful lot of snacks, drinks, gifts and fundraising for Bairnsdale Regional Health Service’s Kiosk fundraising auxiliary. Volunteers established the kiosk at the former Bairnsdale Hospital in 1963. Bob Menzies was PM, the EH Holden was king of the road and The Beatles were

Jane’s novel trip from Metung to Montana

A COVID lockdown hobby has turned a Bairnsdale Regional Health Service pharmacy technician into a published author who is now a part of an American romance novel dynasty. Jane Hartley isn’t about to change careers but her first novel, The Untold Story of Carol Bingley, is now part of

Maddocks Gardens cultural garden a showpiece for all to share

An Aboriginal cultural garden is the latest addition to Bairnsdale Regional Health Service’s Maddocks Gardens aged care facility – one where Aboriginal people and all residents and visitors can meet, chat and feel welcome. The garden, developed at a cost of $80,000, includes a specially-designed one-off yarning circle, picnic

BRHS Careers Expo offers a wealth of opportunities

Bairnsdale Regional Health Service’s careers expo next week is a chance for students, jobseekers and professionals to consider the range of employment opportunities at one of East Gippsland’s most vital community assets. Take The Next Step: BRHS’ Careers Expo, will be held from 4pm to 7pm on Tuesday, 21

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