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Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District
Hospitallers’ phototherapy donation benefits Nepean Hospital’s tiniest patients
The Order of Saint John of Jerusalem Knights Hospitaller have donated a $7,000 phototherapy unit to Nepean Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The generous donation will allow babies to r ...
Spotlight on rapid HIV testing this World AIDS Day
An estimated 24,731 Australians are living with HIV today and 21 people are newly diagnosed with the virus every week. While there is still no cure for HIV/AIDS, the transmission of HIV is preventable ...
Free follow-up for tiniest patients
With newborns requiring Neonatal Intensive Care shown to have an increased risk of developing difficulty with skills later in life, it’s crucial to regularly ensure they’re reaching their developmenta ...
Nepean Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit welcomes additional cot
Parliamentary Secretary for Western Sydney and Member for Penrith, Stuart Ayres MP, joined Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) staff to celebrate the announcement of a new neonatal cot for Nepean Hosp ...
A step closer to beating the flu
Nepean Hospital and Sydney Medical School researcher, Dr Benjamin Tang, has claimed the prestigious $75,000 Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Establishment Grant to fund research into deadly influenza pneumon ...
Win for Mental Health Service at NSW Health Awards
Following their win at last year’s NSW Health Innovation Awards, Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District’s Mental Health Service has again won the Minister for Mental Health Award for Excellence i ...
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Talented staff on show at Nepean Scientific Day
Groundbreaking osteoporosis research reveals promising new treatment
Bushfire Recovery Information
Media Statement - Bush fire and public health safety (perishable food)
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Anyone with a mental health issue can use the Mental Health Line to speak with a mental health professional and be directed to the right care for them.
Carers, other health professionals and emergency service workers can also use the Mental Health Line for advice about a person’s clinical symptoms, the urgency of the need for care and local treatment options.
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