VALE FR CORMAC NAGLE OFM

It is with profound sadness that we advise of the passing of Reverend Emeritus Associate Professor Cormac Nagle OFM.

ASSISTED SUICIDE NOT COMPASSIONATE CARE: CATHOLIC HEALTH AUSTRALIA

Catholic health and aged care providers have urged South Australian MPs to first hold an inquiry into how the state can fund a world class palliative care system before passing laws to enable state-sanctioned suicide.

NURSE UNIT MANAGER LINES UP FOR MERCY'S 1000 COVID JAB

As debate rages over the pace and intricacies of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout Kate Bermingham is adamant: no matter what, when your turn comes, get the jab.

CATHOLIC HEALTH AUSTRALIA CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO EXAMINE FUNDING PATHWAY FOR PALLIATIVE CARE BEFORE LEGALISING EUTHANASIA

The peak body for Catholic health and aged care providers is calling on the South Australian Government to properly investigate the cost of a world class palliative care system in the state before proceeding any further in introducing assisted suicide laws.

NEW TELEHEALTH EXTENSION WELCOME, BUT SHOULD BE WIDER AND PERMANENT

Catholic Health Australia (CHA) has welcomed the Federal Governments latest extension of the telehealth program but the peak body is calling for it to cover a wider range of services and be cemented as permanent.

JAMES MCMAHON – ST JOHN OF GOD HEALTH CARE BOARD DIRECTOR - REFLECTING ON HOW ANZAC VALUES LIVE ON IN CAREGIVERS

Service, courage, duty, and fellowship were values that guided James McMahon's career in the Australian Defence Force – and they are values he sees reflected in the mission of St John of God Health Care, where he now serves as a director.

ST JOHN OF GOD ACCORD DISABILITY SERVICES CHIEF LISA EVANS AWARDED MINISTRY LEADERSHIP PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP

Catholic Health Australia has announced the winner of a new scholarship to attend the prestigious Ministry Leadership Program at the Australian Catholic University.

VACCINATION IS FOR THE COMMON GOOD

Catholic Health Australia and the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference have released a video encouraging Catholics to receive a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them. The video – commissioned by the Bishops Commission for Social Justice, Mission and Service, and produced by CHA – seeks to address ethical concerns about the way some of the vaccines have been developed or tested.

PARKINSON'S AWARENESS MONTH - HUNT FOR CURE CONTINUES

Parkinson’s Disease affects 80,000 Australians and there is no cure, but the experts at Sydney’s St Vincent’s Hospital are closing in on one.

CATHOLIC HEALTH AUSTRALIA URGES GOVERNMENT TO EMBRACE AUSTRALIAN AGED CARE COLLABORATION’S WAY FORWARD

Catholic Health Australia (CHA) is urging the Morrison Government to use the Federal Budget to adopt the Australian Aged Care Collaboration’s (AACC) priorities for reform detailed in its new report Aged Care - The Way Forward.

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