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Thursday, 29 October 2015 Labor welcomes the support of the Deafness Forum of Australia for the retention of Australian Hearing in government ownership. Labor notes that the Department of Human Ser... http://winstonclose.me/2015/11/01/deafness-forum-of-australia-warns-against-australian-hearing-privatisation-written-by-catherine-king-federal-member-for-ballarat-shadow-minister-for-health/
An update on No Jab, No Play (NSW): URGENT ACTION REQUIRED
On 06 April 2017, Walt Secord, the Shadow Minister for Health (ALP), introduced to the Legislative Council, a Bill to amend the New South Wales Public Health Act. The object of this Bill is to amend the Public Health Act…Read more ›
Finding gift ideas for my grandma is so hard; this is such a helpful post! I've got years worth of gift ideas for nursing home residents now, which is good because more family members will be there in a few years. Definitely repin this for the future!
Over 130,000 people in Australia will benefit from new and extended medicine subsidies through the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. Included in the listings announced by Minister for Health Tanya Plibersek are ground-breaking treatments for chronic hepatitis C.
Sikkim gets 31 basic life support ambulances equipped with latest technology today 31 ambulances were jointly flagged off by the Minister for Transport Department Mr. DT Lepcha and Minister for Health Care Human Services and Family Welfare Department Mr AK Ghatani at SNT complex today. These Basic Life Support Ambulance (BLSA) have been allotted to various PHCs CHCs District Hospitals and STNM Hospitals and are well equipped with latest technology like oxygen concentrator BLS Medical Kit…
PM has broken pledges to help disadvantaged, says Tory ex-minister
Sudan government criticises doctors strike Omar Hassan al-Bashir The Sudanese government is criticising a work stoppage by doctors in hospitals of the capital Khartoum saying communists are working to undermine the country. Independent daily Jareeda said on Friday the strikes took place at several hospitals across Khartoum in non-emergency cases. State Minister for Health Somaya Akad opposed the strike in an appearance on state-run Radio Omdurman on Friday saying measures were being…