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RNSH Medical Staff Council moves motion of no confidence in LHD Board – December 15, 2014

At the latest meeting of the RNSH Medical Staff Council (MSC), a motion of no confidence in the LHD Board was proposed by the clinician representatives of the Master Planning Executive Working Group (MEWG), which was subsequently supported by the Executive of the MSC. Given the item was not on the meeting’s agenda, a vote …

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Opening of the Clinical Services Building – Save RNSH 2014

Dr Richard Piper, Staff Specialist in Intensive Care, RNSH has composed the following video for the opening of RNSH’s Clinical Services Building this Friday, December, 12 http://goo.gl/BfaeRX “In 2011, NSW Health was planning to divest more than 30 per cent of the RNSH campus. They were about to destroy one of the major teaching hospitals …

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Margaret Stewart, volunteer, Breast Screen, RNSH

Margaret Stewart, who has been volunteering for Breast Screen, RNSH for the past two years, shares her thoughts on the NSW government’s planned divestment of RNSH. “I have a passion for RNSH for my dear husband was born at the hospital in 1929. “I am very much against the sale of RNSH campus land. I’m …

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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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