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The Limestone Coast Local Health Network Strategic Plan 2021-2025 highlights our priorities for the next four years.
Each quarter, the LCLHN publishes the LCLHN Community Update, available online and in print. In this publication, you will be able to read about important health updates and service developments
which impact our community. You will also read about key events and new public initiatives, as well as news from our Health Advisory Councils (HAC’s).
Winter 2023: In this issue, you will find articles about the generous donation of artwork bringing joy to future patients, Electronic Medical Record expanding across the Limestone Coast, updates from the Bordertown and District Health Advisory Council, new LCLHN Governing Board Appointments, Penola Activity Shed opens its doors to the community, an Aboriginal Health update • LCLHN volunteer drive, New CT Machine for Naracoorte, an update on Keith and District Healthcare and we profile Tracey Anderson, LCLHN Volunteer Coordinator.
Autumn 2023: We share the progress we have made so far to implement the Mount Gambier and Districts Health Service: Service Plan. Other articles include a profile on our new Consumer Advisor, Victoria Wilson, useful advice from SA Pathology on what happens during a blood test and updates from the Mount Gambier and Districts Health Advisory Council and Kingston/Robe Health Advisory Council.
Summer 2023: You’ll find stories including local sisters Cheyenne and Gabrielle Smith who have qualified through the Nursing Cadetship, winners and finalists in our LCLHN Staff Awards, a focus on the Millicent and District Hospital and Health Service and an interview with Barrie Moyle, the Presiding Member for the Naracoorte and Area Health Advisory Council.
Spring 2022: Spring 2022: We shine a light on Leesher Schultz, one of our consumer representatives, provide an overview of our local HAC’s and look back at this year’s COVID-19 journey.
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