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Starting today and for the entire month of May, head to Grill’d in Pacific Werribee to support the Werribee Hospital Foundation – put a token in our jar at Grill’d this month! … See MoreSee Less
There is still time to vote, please follow the below link and type in ‘Alex’ to vote for Werribee Mercy’s star nurse – Alex Malachowski … See MoreSee Less
Please vote for Alex Malachowski for the Ansell Cares H.E.R.O. award on the below link (follow the link, then filter by name), Alex is a wonderful nurse who has worked at the Mercy for n…
Nicole Whiting and Nicole Ali at the Mercy Easter fair recruitment stall … See MoreSee Less
Please vote for Alex Malachowski for the Ansell Cares H.E.R.O. award on the below link (follow the link, then filter by name), Alex is a wonderful nurse who has worked at the Mercy for nearly 10 years – Alex will be donating her prize money if she wins to the Werribee Mercy hospital.
We are excited to announce the appointment of Nicole Whiting, Peri Operative Educator at Werribee Mercy Hospital, as the newest Board Member and Director of the Foundation.
Long time Wyndham resident, Nicole will bring tremendous experience and knowledge to the Foundation’s purpose to support public hospital care locally.
Nicole is an active member our community well known for her passion and commitment to public health. Please join with us in congratulating Nicole on her appointment. … See MoreSee Less
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT & FUNDRAISING MANAGER.
The WHF Board is looking to engage an experienced fundraiser to help develop, implement and manage fundraising programs among the community. The focus of the role is to:
To generate income for Werribee Hospital Foundation through the development and management of fundraising programs.
Implement systems that ensure proper management and accountability of fundraising income.
To support and recognise the efforts of supporters of the Foundation, engaging and informing them of the Foundation’s activities.
To learn more about the role and to download a description, view the position at EhicalJobs.com.au by searching the job title above. … See MoreSee Less
Free on Monday? A Point Cook fundraiser is aiming to raise as much as possible for the critical care unit at Werribee Mercy Hospital
Local public hospital advocate and lifetime Werribee resident, Jan Goates recently retired as Director and Board Member of the Werribee Hospital Foundation after 25 years. In a recent interview Jan reflected on the Foundation’s growth and contribution to public hospital services in Wyndham……read more at werribeehospitalfoundation.com.au/thanks-for-making-a-difference-locally/ … See MoreSee Less
A huge THANK YOU to Lorry Rowe, Carole Cumbo and the team at Rotary Fit4Use store in Railway Ave Werribee, for donating $1,000 toward our efforts to raise money for the new Critical Care Unit at Werribee Mercy Hospital. Donations to the Appeal can be made at www.everydayhero.com.au/event/WerribeeMercyHospitalCCUAppeal … See MoreSee Less
The Werribee Hospital Foundation’s Board of Directors recently met at Werribee Mercy Hospital for their annual strategy workshop. While there they took the opportunity to see the new Critical Care Unit currently under construction and were very impressed with its progress. What an asset it will be for the people of Wyndham! … See MoreSee Less
Master Wok serves up a major gift for the local public hospital.
For 35 years Werribee’s own Master Wok has been serving up the very best Chinese cuisine to diners near and far. One of the first Chinese restaurants to establish itself in Synnot street, Master Wok has become an institution in Werribee, attracting diners from all over Melbourne, including some very notable guests such as John Farnham.
However on this occasion it’s not the delicious menu options that have attracted the praise of local diners.
Ringo Wong, local identity and co-owner of Master Wok, has been a long-term supporter of the local Werribee Mercy Hospital. Master Wok was one of many local businesses to provide donations when the new Werribee Mercy Hospital was built back in 1994.
More than three decades on and with the hospital undertaking an $85million expansion project that will see the addition of an 8 bed Critical Care Unit – 56 new inpatient beds & 6 operating theatres, the team at Master Wok have again presented a very large donation to help provide life saving equipment for the Critical Care Unit.
Werribee resident and regular diner, Dr Callum Scott (also a Director of Werribee Hospital Foundation), recently presented a certificate of recognition during the 35-year banquet celebration among 150 local patrons.
Mr Wong said ‘“Locals have supported our business since we commenced 35 years ago and we want to give back and support the community. The local public hospital is very important to the people of Wyndham and many families will benefit from the expansion.”
The Werribee Hospital Foundation in conjunction with Mercy Health Foundation is raising money to fund vital equipment for the new Critical Care Unit. The Werribee Hospital Foundation recently pledged $400,000 toward the Critical Care Unit Appeal and continues to raise funds specifically for the local public hospital.
A huge congratulations to the Werribee Districts Football Club High Tea organisers and guests for hosting a great event to raise money for Werribee Mercy Hospital Critical Care Unit. 75 ladies attended the event, raising $600 in raffle prizes along with the football club donating another $300. Well done!😀
Online donations to the CCU Appeal can be made at www.wmhccuappeal.org.au … See MoreSee Less
ROTARY CLUB OF HOPPERS CROSSING DONATES $3,000 FOR CRITICAL CARE UNIT
Werribee Hospital Foundation Chairman Nik Tsardakis accepts a $3,000 cheque from Des O’Shanassy, president of the Rotary Club of Hoppers Crossing.
Des said the donation, which was made possible through a number of fundraising BBQs, represented the community’s commitment toward the local public hospital, the Werribee Mercy Hospital.
A Critical Care Unit will serve and support the Wyndham community and means family can be close by in difficult times The development is well underway and will open in the second half of 2018. … See MoreSee Less
Have a story that celebrates the great work the WMH medical team do daily? We’d love to hear from you. … See MoreSee Less
"90 patients a month get transferred to emergency departments to other hospitals with the capacity to offer intensive, coronary and high-dependency services…" Donate now and help us raise $2 million to support a Critical Care Unit to provide these services locally. … See MoreSee Less
Federal member Joanne Ryan supporting local issues. Donate to the Critical Care Unit … See MoreSee Less
Come meet Jan our Director at the Werribee Hospital Christmas Fair. Raising critical money for the CCU … See MoreSee Less
A ‘Critical Care’ Unit at Werribee Mercy Hospital will keep families closer in times of great need.. Please support the campaign … See MoreSee Less
The Wyndham community can now look forward to an expansion of services at Werribee Mercy Hospital. Our only Public Hospital is set for a significant upgrade with the addition of a Critical Care Unit.
Currently Werribee Mercy Hospital can transfer up to 90 patients per month from the Emergency Department to other hospitals due to increasing demand to provide services through a Critical Care Unit.
Transferring patients diverts doctors and staff from responding to other patients as they try to find other hospitals with a Critical Care Unit to take these patients. This also places additional stress of family and friends as they seek to support their loved ones in other parts of Melbourne.
Werribee Hospital Foundation is helping to raise $2M from within the Wyndham community to ensure the Crital Care Unit is equipped with the very best equipment to serve our community.
Please connect with our page to support the Werribee Mercy Hospital CCU campaign and help to spread the news.
We are looking for Everyday Hero fundraisers, donors and volunteers to support the CCU Appeal. … See MoreSee Less
Werribee Mercy Hospital is building a much needed Critical Care Unit which mean the community of Wyndham will now have access to Critical Care locally. Currently patients requiring critical care are too often transferred to other hospitals because our local hospital simply doesn’t have the capacity to cope with the demand.
This is a great development that will see our local public hospital enhanced with state of the art Critical Care facilities that can look after patients locally, with their families and friends close by.
Werribee Hospital Foundation is helping to raise $2million to fit out the Critical Care Unit opening in 2018.
Please help us spread the word and to connect with the community of Wyndham around this cause. We are seeking volunteers and donors who can help us raise these much needed funds.
Please share our page with your friends to help us build momentum toward our target of $2million – Critical Care for Wyndham! … See MoreSee Less