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  • We won’t forget you either Luke
  • 23 February 2018
  • Luke Pearce – Marathon Man   Epworth Rehabilitation staff often meet people when they are at their most vulnerable and work with them until they walk out of ourfacilities with grateful smiles on their faces. Recently, health finance worker

  • A triathlon after cancer treatment?
  • 23 February 2018
  • A triathlon after cancer treatment? No sweat for Shaliza! Setting goals is the first step in anybody’s rehabilitation journey. "I was half joking when I told the rehab team my goal was to complete a triathlon,” Shaliza Shukor said.

  • Asthma on the rise
  • 15 February 2018
  • Epworth Eastern Respiratory and Sleep Physician Dr Nicholas Wilsmore chats here with Ed Phillips in his Talking Lifestyle segment about the 2.9 million Australians who are asthma sufferers. Unfortunately the figure is rising and you can be diagno

  • Our hearts – the good, the bad, and the sad
  • 13 February 2018
  • Can you actually die from a broken heart? Why do emotions have such an impact on the health of this major organ? Epworth Freemasons Cardiologist Dr Monique Watts explains how fragile and strong our hearts can be and what makes them ‘tick

  • New Adolescent/Young Adult Cancer Service
  • 09 February 2018
  • Fifteen year old Fijian resident John Vaqalo became the first patient treated at Epworth Richmond with the Treat Unique Service​ established by Dr Rachel Conyers to provide private care for adolescent cancer patients.  The first service of

  • Victorian Governor visits Rehab Patients at Epworth R
  • 08 February 2018
  • Epworth Rehabilitation welcomes the Governor of Victoria and Consul General of the Republic of Korea.   Her Excellency the Honourable Linda Dessau AC, Governor of Victoria, her husband Mr Anthony Howard QC and the Consul General of the Republic

  • Ambulance Victoria’s beach rescue at Blairgowrie
  • 25 January 2018
  • Watch the Seven News story about Ambulance Victoria’s beach rescue at Blairgowrie last week. Sixteen year old Georgia, an elite diver, joined a group of swimmers jumping off rocks at the beach, but ended up breaking both ankles and needed to be winc

  • World first study to benefit traumatic brain injury p
  • 19 January 2018
  • A world-first study at Epworth Healthcare has demonstrated that early rehabilitation results in improved independence for individuals with traumatic brain injury. The study led by Professor Jennie Ponsford, Dr Jessica Trevena-Peters and Dr Adam

  • Thank You Freemasons Victoria
  • 19 January 2018
  • Kylie O'Loughlin started her role as Epworth Freemasons’ Associate Director Clinical Services – Perioperative, in May 2016.  That year, her staff shared their hopes and dreams, as well as their application forms, to garner Kylie’s support and ent

  • A little bit of TLC ……..helps everyone learn
  • 20 December 2017
  • For the last 26 years, the Transitional Living Centre (TLC) in Thornbury has been home to more than 500 patients recovering from Traumatic or Acquired Brain Injury. Being the only community-based program of its kind in Victoria, Epworth

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