Catholic Health Australia will today lodge its submission to the Queensland Law Reform Commission’s consultation paper into voluntary assisted dying legislation.
With almost half a million Australians living with dementia, Catholic aged care providers are going above and beyond to deliver the very best specialist care available.
Catholic Health Australia commends the Productivity Commission’s mental health report and its expansive range of recommendations that could provide far greater support for the vulnerable in our communities.
Trailblazing obstetrician Dr Bernadette White has been awarded Catholic Health Australia’s Sister Maria Cunningham Lifetime Contribution Award for her dedication to the health sector.
For many new and expectant parents, having a baby can be an incredibly stressful time that requires specialist care and attention.
Catholic Health Australia has welcomed two new directors to its board bringing strong leadership and advocacy skills and a firm commitment to social justice.
Forty years ago, the delivery of aged care services across the country left a lot to be desired. Don Neander helped change that by opening Southern Cross Care’s first ever aged care home at Holland Park in Brisbane.
David Robinson laments that it has taken the Aged Care Royal Commission and COVID-19 to put aged care under the national spotlight, but says the advocacy being done by CHA is second to none.
Being a relatively small aged care and hospital provider throws up both challenges and distinct advantages for St Vincent’s Lismore.
To mark NAIDOC week CHA Health Matters sits down with the head of St Vincent's Health Australia's (SVHA) reconciliation plan to talk about what reconciliation looks like and what other organisations can do to take the first steps.