News and events

#OwnYourTone to protect yourself against skin cancer this summer

With two in three Australians diagnosed with skin cancer by age 70, East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) is encouraging you to make the pledge to be sun... more

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Knitted treasures donated to Armadale Hospital’s young patients

How many of us have treasured handmade rugs and toys, given to us when we were small?

Infants and children who spend time at Armadale Hospital’s pa... more

Photograph of the knitters and their donations

Congratulations to Dr Nick Waldron – 2018 WA Health Excellence Award winner

It is with great pleasure Armadale Health Service extends congratulations to our own Dr Nick Waldron for his win at the WA Health Excellence Awards.

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Respect is key for Armadale Hospital's Security team

At East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS), we are passionate about keeping our patients and staff safe.

Luckily, we have dedicated security teams... more

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New human performance training program enhances patient safety

East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) continues to focus on delivering consistent, high quality care, and as part of this, a dedicated team has been care... more

Photograph of Drew McCarthy

Post intensive care clinic: a new service for Armadale patients

A new clinic offering support to Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patients after discharge from hospital started today at Armadale Hospital. This innovative new c... more

Former ICU patient Nola Miles with ICU multidisciplinary team

Armadale opens new Neonatal Unit

Armadale Hospital has officially opened its new $450,000 neonatal unit, which will improve the hospital's ability to provide safe care for acutely ill newb... more

Image of the new neonatal unit

Learning on the job

Undertaking a Public Sector Traineeship at Armadale Health Service provided Tara Atkinson with the opportunity to experience working across the health serv... more

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My Health Record

Every Australian will have a My Health Record, unless they choose not to have one during the opt-out period that will run until 31 January 2019.

My... more

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AKG staff recognised at NAIDOC 2018 Perth Awards

The NAIDOC 2018 Perth Awards saw Armadale Kalamunda Group represented in two categories.

Congratulations to Aboriginal Health Liaison Officer Dais... more

Aboriginal Health Liaison Officer Daisy Sach-Jones and Boodjari Yorgas Aboriginal Health Officer Christine Parry with their NAIDOC 2018 Perth Awards medals.
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