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Fremantle Hospital pulls together for Alan

For mum Ann, arranging medical check-ups and procedures for her son living with a disability is no easy task.

With severe epilepsy and autistic ten... more

A young man in a wheelchair and a woman stand in a hospital theatre with four female theatre staff.

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.

Smoke-free signs aim to keep air fresh

Getting some fresh air in East Fremantle’s popular playgrounds and parks will be even easier thanks to the local council and South Metropolitan Healt... more

A young boy stands with two woman in front of colourful playground equipment. One woman holds a certificate that reads Please do not smoke near our playgrounds.

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

Past and present on display at Open Day

More than 200 people turned out for the behind-the-scenes tours and expo at the recent Fremantle Hospital Open Day.

Tours of the museum and operatin... more

Two female nurses hold a cut out frame in front of them that reads 'I had a great day at the Fremantle Hospital Open Day'.

Meet the Spinnaker Health Research Foundation 2020 Research Awards recipients

Spinnaker Health Research Foundation has awarded more than $145,000 in its annual research grant to 10 recipients including one project which will explore ... more

A group of four women and five men standing outside.

Medical staff honoured for their contributions

Once again the exceptional talent of our medical staff has been recognised at the Fiona Stanley Fremantle Hospitals Group (FSFHG) Medical Staff Awards 2019... more

A woman and a man stand beside each other. Each is holding a small glass trophy.

Easing the burden for people with dementia

Forget Me Not Café (external site) is now running at Fremantle Hospital on the third Th... more

Four women wearing pink shirts standing in Fremantle Hospital cafe

Valued volunteer a worthy winner

Founder of Forget Me Not Café and member of the Fremantle Hospital Consumer Advisory Council (CAC), Angi McCluskey, was recently named Metropolitan ... more

Angi McCluskey wearing pink flower shirt standing in Fremantle Hospital cafe

Shining a light on pioneering research

Learn about the research potential offered by machines and devices capable of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, nanotechnology, bioinformatics and ... more

A group of three men and four women stand beside a banner that reads 'South Metropolitan Health Service  Research: striving to improve outcomes for patients and the community now and into the future"
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