Meet our Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurse
Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurse Gay Corbett is encouraging people in the Grampians region to be screened for prostate cancer as recommended by their general practitioner.
Ophthalmic Surgical Microscope
Very excited to see our new Ophthalmic Surgical Microscope being unloaded (extremely carefully…) off the back of the truck from Melbourne.
Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2021
The 15th of June is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day to remind the community that human rights do not diminish as people age, to raise awareness of elder abuse prevention services and promote help-seeking behavior.
5-day vaccination blitz
On Tuesday 1 June, the State Government announced a 5-day vaccination blitz for aged care and disability workers from Wednesday 2 June to Sunday 6 June.
Cuddle Cot Donation
The decision to donate or fundraise for BHS is often as a result of a personal experience, which ignites a desire to give to others.
COVID-19 vaccination information session - June 1 2021
Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council (BRMC) and Women's Health Grampians (WHG) are teaming up to provide a FREE information session with healthcare professionals to talk about COVID-19 vaccinations.
Why Mike loves being a BRICC Driver
Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre has a number of volunteer drivers, who offer their time to drive cancer patients to and from their appointments. These drivers travel across the Grampians region, bringing patients to BRICC or taking them home again as required.
BreastScreen volunteers bring calm and reassurance
The Grampians BreastScreen team are fortunate to have two wonderful volunteers who dedicate their time to assisting and providing company to people in the Assessment Clinic waiting room every Wednesday morning.
BHS and Fed Uni examine how to identify and improve COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness
A new research partnership between Ballarat Health Services and Federation University is examining how COVID-19 vaccines work within the body, and how the rate of effectiveness can be improved in those who do not develop antibodies to facilitate resistance to the disease.
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