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Judith Smythe, Pink Ladies volunteer, RNSH

Judith Smythe, a gorgeous Pink Ladies volunteer in her 80s, has spent the past 8 years volunteering at RNSH. She works four-times-a-week at the hospital. She has gripes with the current lack of shelter offered to those disembarking from the bus on walking frames, crutches, wheelchairs & heading up the path to RNSH. She is also frustrated with …

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David, 86, Sydney – RNSH patient & community member opposing hospital campus land sale, Nov 28, 2014

David, 86, Sydney RNSH patient & community member opposing hospital campus land sale In 1953, David, 86, father-of-two and grandfather-of-two relocated from the Hunter Valley to Sydney, following a six month-long hospitalisation to treat his polio. Requiring ongoing physiotherapy to manage his disease, David was referred to Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH). Since 1953, almost …

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MEDIA RELEASE: NSW Premier shifts responsibility for RNSH land sale “mess” back to Health Minister while Campus Master Plan remains MIA – November 28, 2014

Media Release                                                         FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE USE NSW Premier shifts responsibility for RNSH land sale “mess” back to Health Minister while Campus Master Plan remains …

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Heart Failure on hospital – Daily Telegraph, November 21, 2014

Interview with Dr Justin Bowra, Emergency Physician, RNSH – November 20, 2014

“I am absolutely gutted at the way our Government has betrayed the future of the hospital & the future of NSW for a dirty quick buck. “It guts me & angers me that I should have to stand up for the future of the hospital & try & defend its interests against the people who …

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