As we launch our 2018 fundraiser – the Stawell Sprockets Murray to Moyne Relay, we say thank you to our 2017 sponsors.

Every year an intrepid group of cyclists, the Stawell Sprockets, undertake a 520 km relay from Echuca to Port Fairy to raise money for Stawell Regional Health. We thank them, but we also thank those businesses and individuals who sponsored the riders, please help to  support us by supporting the businesses below: To become a Read the full article…

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Survive the heat with these tips

Big hot sky to remind us to prepare for the heat

A quick look at the weather forecast shows that Saturday will  be HOT! And it is quite likely that there will be many more HOT days before summer is over. The Chief Health Officer has provided some tips on how to survive the heat, and we have copied them for you.   Drink more water Drink Read the full article…

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Good luck Nathan

A photo of Nathan who worked at Stawell Regional Health for 12 months

Recently we had two medical students do a placement at Stawell Regional Health, we asked them if they would like to say something about their time at Stawell and Nathan got back to us with the following: G’day! I’m Nathan. I was one of the two medical students in Stawell during 2017. Before moving to Read the full article…

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Support for female workers who support victims and survivors of family violence

A heart to show gratitude by staff of Stawell Regional Health

Family violence impacts everyone in the community. It can lead to homicide, serious injury, ongoing health issues, homelessness and poverty. The 29th of November is International Women Human Rights Defenders Day. This day recognises the important role of female family violence workers. Stawell Regional Health acknowledges the role of women who support victims of violence as Read the full article…

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New Cancer Wellness program launched

Stawell residents affected by cancer can soon access a comprehensive survivorship education, exercise and wellness program. The Wellness and Life after Cancer Exercise and Supportive Care program will provide people who have finished their active cancer treatment with two-hour education and exercise sessions. District health professionals will deliver the sessions at multiple sites in the region. Read the full article…

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$220,000 grant to bolster medical equipment and improve patient care

A state government grant of $220,000 will go towards two new steriliser units at Stawell Regional Health. The grant was part of the first round of the state government’s new Regional Health Infrastructure Fund scheme. Two new steriliser units will ensure more surgeries could be performed, cancellations reduced and the reliability of medical equipment improved. Stawell Regional Health chief executive Read the full article…

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Stawell Look Good, Feel Better Workshop

Look Good, Feel Better for women is a free program that provides useful information and tips to help women deal with the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment. Staff and Volunteers from local beauty businesses assist you to learn how to care for your skin and apply make-up to help minimize the appearance related side-effects of your Read the full article…

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