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Dock, Goods and Stores staff holding mail and packages at Prince of Wales Hospital
06 May 2022

Amidst the fast paced bustle of the corridors of our District’s hospitals is an unseen army – our Dock, Goods and Stores teams.

Many of them walk up to the equivalent of 18 kilometres a day as they…

Sydney/Sydney Eye Hospital fountain, with poppies displayed
06 May 2022

Large crowds thronged Sydney’s streets to commemorate Anzac Day this year, and SESLHD was equally keen to honour all those who have died in the war and who are serving in our armed services.

Staff standing in front of the Cancer Care Centre
28 Apr 2022

St George Hospital’s Prostate Cancer Institute (PCI) recently reached a major milestone, celebrating 20 years of operation.

A young patient and staff member holding Easter eggs
28 Apr 2022

Donations from the community have helped staff spread cheer across the District this Easter.

Sutherland Shire community member Janelle McClellan delivered around 50 activity bags to Sutherland Hospital’s Children’s Ward to cheer up the…

ED Muso members
08 Apr 2022

We often think of Emergency Department workers as A-type personalities who like canyoning, skydiving and mountain climbing on the weekends, but having to constantly think on their feet in stressful situations…

Two female staff smiling
08 Apr 2022

This year marks 15 years since the Council of Australian Governments made a commitment to Close the Gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in health and social emotional wellbeing outcomes.

Staff enjoying a coffee in front of the coffee cart
08 Apr 2022

National Doctors Day was celebrated in style at the Royal Hospital for Women, with special gifts for doctors, and free coffees for all staff.  

Staff member holding a gelato
08 Apr 2022

Here’s the scoop, hospital staff enjoyed chilling out with a scrumptious ice cream cone over the past fortnight. The cool treats were just one way of saying thank you to our staff for their unwavering efforts over the past two years.


Close up of two people using an iPad
11 Mar 2022

In the past, if a farmer from Dorrigo in Northern NSW had a heart attack, after he had recovered, he would have had to physically pack a CD of his MRI scans in his bags before he travelled to Sydney for follow up care with…

Staff and patient using the Smileyscope
11 Mar 2022

Purchasing an antique vase or a second-hand dress from the St George Hospital Op Shop doesn’t just increase your street-cred but also helps purchase much-needed medical equipment.

The Op-Shop, run entirely by a group of dedicated…