Every year for the past 85 years the RFDS takes the finest care to Australia’s furthest corners so that anyone who lives, works or travels in remote and rural Australia can enjoy the best of health. As a not for profit organisation the RFDS relies entirely on fundraising and public contributions, one of these fundraising efforts is the RFDS Outback Air Race. Since it began in 1996 the race has raised over 1.5 million dollars, all of which has beenMore
The Friendly Society Private Hospital is leading the way in Anaesthesia Technology with the recent installation of The Perseus A500 Anaesthetic machine. It features a State-of-the-Art ventilator, is easy to prepare and maintain for both Anaesthetists and theatre staff. This investment in technology and equipment brings advantages to not only Anaesthetists but most certainly to our patients, some of the advantages include: High quality care due to ventilator accuracy in the delivery of anaesthetic agents and oxygen The ability toMore
It was a night of reflection, recognition and celebration. On Friday 13th March the Friendlies celebrated their second annual awards evening at the Shalom Performing Arts Centre. What a night! 180 people came together to hear inspiring guest speaker Carren Smith and after much anticipation discover who this year’s award winners were. There were some surprises, Hospital CEO Mr Alan Cooper, who is always across everything, was awarded with a Chairman’s Award for his 18 years of service and retiringMore
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