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New appointee to expand and develop service delivery

September 14th, 2020

Nhulundu Health Service is set to further expand and develop their service delivery, having recently appointed Jo Paringatai as Manager of Innovation and Service Development. With a solid background in health management, Jo brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the newly created position. Amongst her credentials she has worked for Queensland Health Mental […]

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New role to assist families in need

September 14th, 2020

A funding announcement by the Department of Child Safety Youth and Women earlier this year has led to the appointment of a Specialist Domestic and Family Violence Worker (social worker) at Nhulundu Health Service. This new role will help in responding to the needs of clients affected by domestic and family violence, prioritising the safety […]

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Support for staff with COVID concerns

September 14th, 2020

In a bid to ensure Nhulundu Health Service staff and the wider community are adequately supported throughout COVID, a COVID Lead Project has recently been launched. Funded under the Queensland Government’s COVID-19 Immediate Support Measures, the new role is being facilitated by Shelley Lawton. Previously based on the Sunshine Coast, Shelley is well equipped to […]

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$50,000 grant from BHP will further enhance service capacity

July 3rd, 2020

A $50,000 grant from BHP will further enhance the capacity of Nhulundu Health Service as a front-line service provider. The grant will help ensure the primary health service not only complies with changes brought about by COVID-19, but will provide a range of office equipment to support continuity of care for clients and service users. […]

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Additional funding to strengthen Family Wellbeing Program

June 5th, 2020

An additional funding boost of $100,000 will enhance the capacity of the Nhulundu Health Service’s Family Wellbeing Program. The investment from the Queensland Government Department of Child Safety Youth and Women will provide a temporary specialist domestic and family violence worker. This new role will help in responding to the needs of clients affected by […]

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Course helps trio get insight into the accreditation process

April 15th, 2019

Three of our staff have returned from a course in Brisbane armed with a better understanding of the accreditation process and some useful tools to help Nhulundu Health Services be prepared for when accreditation occurs. Naomi Jackson, Shannae Saltner and Lani Fleming attended the ‘Accreditation Our Way’ workshops organised by Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health […]

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