Goverenment of Western Australia - Department of Health

Women and Newborn Health Service

King Edward Memorial Hospital


 

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  • Pregnancy care and birth at KEMH
  • Breastfeeding
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • Gynaecology and cancer care
  • Woman's mental health
  • Woman's health fact sheets
  • Giving thanks and feedback
 

Visiting King Edward Memorial Hospital



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  • Visiting hours
  • Clinic and ward locations
  • Facilities
  • Patient rights and respinsibilities
  • Getting an interpreter
  • Providing safe, qualitry care



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Disability Action and Inclusion Plan Outcome 7 – Invitation to Comment

The Women and Newborn Health Service (WNHS) is calling for consultation from WNHS staff and members of the community to amend the Disability Action and Inclusion Plan (DAIP).

The DAIP will now include Outcome 7: People with disability have the same opportunities as other people to obtain and maintain employment with WNHS.

Click here to complete the survey online

Survey closes Wednesday September 30th

DIAP staff members

If you prefer to post your response, please click here to download the survey. You can also make comments, or request a copy of the survey to be provided to you in a format of your preference, by contacting Kate Conway in the Customer Service Unit on 9340 1444 or emailing kemhcsu@health.wa.gov.au.

For language assistance, please contact the National Relay Service: 133677 (TTY/Voice Calls); Speak and Listen: 1300555727 or the Translating and Interpreting service (TIS): 131450.


 
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