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Pharmacist joins isolation support team

Fiona Stanley Hospital Pharmacist Angela Cheaib is playing an important role as part of the Australian Medical Assistance Team (AUSMAT) WA team deployed to... more

A young women leans against an offroad buggy on a beach. She wears a surgical mask and gloves.

Graduate nurse achieves long-term goal

Graduate nurse Sally Smith’s path to being an Enrolled Nurse has taken longer than most, for all the right reasons.

Ms Smith has worked for WA... more

A female nurse stands beside medical equipment.

Family time helps tiny babies thrive

A change to allow siblings of premature babies to visit the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) is providing important bond... more

A woman holds a small newborn baby while two young children and a man sit beside her.

Water adds to the experience for baby Quinn and family

Having a water birth was high on Nichola Moss’ life goals, so she was overjoyed when baby Quinn entered the world that way at Fiona Stanley Hospital.... more

A female midwife stands with a woman who is cradling a newborn baby beside a large bath.

Emergency Department intern takes on his next adventure

With a wealth of life experiences under his belt, Anthony Gadenne is set to add doctor to his resume.

Mr Gadenne was in the Australian Army for 20 y... more

A man wearing theatre scrubs stands in a room with medical equipment.

Fiona Stanley Hospital the first five years

This month marks five years since Fiona Stanley Hospital became fully operational.

The anniversary and many achievements in that time were celebrate... more

Five Fiona Stanley HOspital staff members each holding a cupcake with a candle on top

Wagons make the surgery run a bit more fun

Being moved around the hospital on a trolley can make patients anxious – particularly children, but an alternative form of transportation is proving ... more

A young female nurse sits next to a young female hospital patient who is seated in a colourful toy cart.

Unique bladder cancer research set to start

An entirely new way to treat bladder cancer is a significant step closer following the recruitment of the first patient to the SUBDUE trial based at Fiona ... more

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Professor David Fletcher retires with accolades and warm thanks

After 50 years in medicine, surgeon Professor David Fletcher will hang up his scrubs for the last time this month.

‘Prof’, as he is affe... more

Professor David Fletcher

Leading the way in health care security

Risks to patients and staff at Fiona Stanley Hospital (FSH) can be pinpointed within seconds thanks to new state-of-the-art security technology, combined w... more

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