Things are moving pretty fast these days, aren’t they? Here at BRHS, we’re keeping up with what Coronavirus means for our health service and
If taking medicines is a regular part of your life, you really need to keep track of exactly what those medicines are. If you
The stark truth is that on average Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander die younger than non-Indigenous Australians. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can
In the heart of East Gippsland she’s got long, deserted beaches on one side and the magnificent Snowy River Wilderness on the other. Just
This Sunday, March 8, is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also
It’s 8 o’clock on a Wednesday morning, and there’s a lot of love in the room. We’re in the rehabilitation gym at BRHS, for
With concerns that the recent bushfires may cause heightened stress and anxiety for people in East Gippsland, a free, over-the-phone, no-referral advice and counselling
Opera By The Lakes is a spectacular musical experience in a stunning setting – at Nyerimilang Heritage Park overlooking this lovely Gippsland lakes.
This is Shermila Jayasinghe, a consultant physician at Bairnsdale Regional Health Service. Next month Dr. Jayasinghe will travel to the United States to spend
Kokedama and Spaghnum. These are the two coolest words you will hear today. (Go on, say them out loud. Lovely.) It may also be
We are ambitious. Bairnsdale Regional Health Service has set itself the goal of being one of the best regional hospitals in Australia. To get
Many thanks to Don and Kay of the musical group Moore Fiddling Around, who donated their time and talents with a special fundraising concert
Did you know that the Dept. of Human Services is now called Services Australia? Despite the name change, you don’t need to do anything.