Never before has the enormous importance of nurses to our rural communities been more evident. During the bushfires of last year and now the
Earlier this month BRHS began using its Facebook page to notify the community when our hospital is experiencing high activity levels. This is called
Bairnsdale Regional Health Service is forever grateful for the generous, passionate and creative people that support the health service in a myriad of ways.
There was terrific news for Australians under 40 this week with the announcement that all people aged 18 to 39 who aren’t in one
All Australians have the right to access health care. But for many, that seemingly simple premise comes with many barriers and obstacles. People who
“So there I am, down in this basement, no windows, scanning pieces of paper all day,” Steph Meade remembers. “It was pretty depressing.” This
BRHS Endorsed Enrolled Nurse Tammy-lee Chatwin has been awarded a scholarship that will help her complete her Bachelor of Nursing degree at Federation University.
“Everyone has a story,” says Bronwyne MacRae. It’s a little saying that has helped her a lot, over the course of her life. Bronwyne
Bairnsdale Regional Health Service will operate a COVID vaccination clinic from 8:30am – 3pm this Saturday at the Bairnsdale City Oval, MacArthur Street, Bairnsdale.
The babies of East Gippsland will one day play an important role in finding answers to some of our most pressing public health challenges.
Here at Bairnsdale Regional Health Service, we are always striving to do better. In order to do that, we need to hear from you,
This past financial year, BRHS staff contributed almost $8,000 to six local, national and international charities through a salary contribution program that is offered
Bairnsdale Regional Health Service (BRHS) is raising money to purchase an important piece of equipment to help newborn babies in the Emergency Department. The