The NaMES Graduate Program Expo on May 22 attracted over 600 graduating student Nurses and Midwives interested in joining Monash Health for their graduate program in 2020. Students were given the opportunity to talk to clinical area educators, learn about specialties...

Over 150 Monash Health volunteers and staff attended today’s annual Volunteer Week Luncheon at the Southern Golf Club. The lunch is a celebration of the generous contribution of our volunteers. Chair of the Board, Dipak Sanghvi shared stories and spoke to...

Yesterday our staff, patients and families came together to enjoy a reading of 'Alpacas with Maracas' as part of National Simultaneous Storytime. Monash Children's Hospital School Principal Colin Dobson led the reading while our staff and patients joined in and played...

Tell us about yourself Hello my name is Rajaa, I moved from Syria to Australia two years ago and I am a biomedical engineer. What does National Volunteer Week mean to you? The National Volunteer Week is an opportunity to honour the impact...

On Friday 10 May the Annual Nursing and Midwifery Awards and Scholarships dinner (NAMAS) took place. Associate Nurse Unit Manager at Ward 5 Nest (NICU) Clare Hellyer was awarded 2019 Nurse of the year and The Excellence in Nursing Award....

To celebrate National Volunteer Week (May 20- 26)  we sat down with one of our dedicated volunteer Ederlynn. Tell us about yourself I’m a mother of one, and I love talking to people, gardening, animals and singing in my choir at church....

The staff at the Thomas Street Community Health site donated $408 towards the 2019 Biggest Morning Tea. That's $238 more than we raised in 2018!!! I had baked all of the cakes, muffins etc myself and have been running the Biggest Morning...

National Volunteer Week is an annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution of volunteers. In celebration, Volunteering Australia has announced the theme for National Volunteer Week 2019 is “Making a world of difference”. The theme represents the millions of volunteers who...

Monash Children’s Hospital is incredibly grateful to the Lions Club of Waverley who have very generously donated 25 ‘kangaroo care’ chairs to Monash Newborn. Kangaroo care chairs allow for safe and comfortable skin-to-skin contact for premature babies and their families. Research...