Darling Downs Health’s mobile women’s health nurses will be at various locations in the South Burnett in October.
Kingaroy Hospital nurse Belinda Densley has been named as Queensland’s Credentialled Diabetes Educator of the Year, just three years after taking up the specialty.
Staff members and visitors at South Burnett CTC’s Connections office in Murgon will be a little bit safer now, thanks to the donation of a $2000 defibrillator by the Salus Group.
Sometimes it only takes a conversation … a project that engages residents face-to-face in conversations about mental health and wellbeing has begun in the South Burnett.
An annual awards dinner was held recently as a culmination to Child Safety Week.
Food operators are being warned to stop using a shredded chicken product probably linked to nationwide Listeria cluster.
Former Nanango State High School student Mia Glenny is the lucky recipient of a $1000 National Council of Women in Queensland bursary.
Nanango resident Charlie Hughes’ life changed overnight in 2020.
Kingaroy QAS officer-in-charge Mei-Lin Dean has been nominated as a QBANK Everyday Hero for fulfilling her passion to help those in need.
Darling Downs Health’s mobile women’s health nurses will be at various locations in the South Burnett in September.
Kingaroy Hospital welcomed 15 Year 1 medical students from the University of Queensland (UQ) last weekend, allowing them to get an insight into regional healthcare during a four-day program.
On Saturday morning, Nanango resident Lance Nash will be taking his dog, Sandy, for a walk … a very long walk.
Twenty-two riders have signed up for this year’s new-look Ride 4 Relay fundraiser, with organiser Jason Wyeth hoping they can again raise between $20,000 and $30,000 for Relay For Life.
BlueCare – operators of Kingaroy’s Canowindra Aged Care Facility – says it has boosted some workers’ pay by 5 per cent on top of recent mandated award rises.
A BreastScreen Queensland van will be visiting Cherbourg and Murgon next month.
Young people aged 12-24 in the South Burnett are being asked to “Talk About” their experiences with local health providers.
The launch of a free service to link vulnerable seniors with essential services like aged care, health and social services has received strong support.
Darling Downs Health’s mobile women’s health nurses will be back in the South Burnett in August.
Wondai Hospital’s Jack Christoffel has been awarded a $35,000 scholarship to study to become a Registered Nurse.
A group of South Burnett residents have taken the maxim “think globally, act locally” to heart, forming a loose association hoping to create lasting change in the local region.