When clinicians at Monash Health are faced with potential signs of elder abuse and wondering who to call, Selina Nivelle can both help and relate to their challenge. Selina is the Monash Health Elder Abuse Liaison Officer and says hospitals are...

On Monday 17 June the EMR will hit another key milestone as face-to-face training starts for our Dandenong and Cranbourne employees! The new online learning system LATTE (Learning And Teaching Technology Environment), is ready for you to complete your e-Learning modules. Please...

Many of you have shown interest in accessing the EMR e-Learning, so we're pleased to say it's ready on LATTE (Learning And Teaching Technology Environment) for everyone! You will need to complete your e-Learning prior to attending face-to-face training, but even...

Seven year old James has been coming to Monash Children's Hospital for the past five years due to a variety of health challenges after being born with Down's Syndrome. James spends a lot of time at Monash Children's, and has become...

Congratulations to Dr Robert Stunden, Head of Paediatric Surgery at Casey Hospital, who was recognised in the 2019 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his service to medicine in the field of paediatric surgery. Dr Stunden is a paediatric surgeon based at...

Meet Tao Browne, Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Program Management Office and Deputy Director. What is your role at Monash Health and what does it entail? EMR Program Management Office and Deputy Director. What has your journey been like at Monash Health?  My first day at...

The Beaconsfield Quilters have generously donated over 300 handmade quilts to our Palliative Care Unit at Casey Hospital since 2010. Bev and Jill visited the unit last week to donate another 18 quilts to our patients and families in palliative care. Each...

As Marlene Parsons prepared her personal items for her discharge from McCulloch House, she reflected on what was an immensely positive stay with Monash Health’s palliative care team. “I’ve never been in a place like this; even though the life-saving stuff...

'Laugh without Leaking' is the theme for this year's World Continence Week. We know that for the majority of more than six million Australians who suffer debilitating bladder and bowel incontinence, their leakages can be helped or even cured. Over 80% of...

The Maternity ward at Casey Hospital recently received a generous $7,000.00 donation from the Berwick Opportunity Shop. The donation will be used to purchase a Transcutaneous Bilirubin Meter. This is a meter that measures levels of bilirubin in babies in a...