Mon, 28 September 2020

Canberrans suffering from cardiac rhythm disorder will now have access to a key service available at Canberra Hospital.

As we start to bring out our heaters for another Canberra winter, it is important to stay cautious and safe when using indoor heating devices. Here is a list of tips to help ensure you and your family stay safe in your home this winter.

The best way to protect yourself and others from getting the flu is by getting the flu vaccine.

New free-to-download ACT Health app provides real-time information on wait times, locations and travel directions to your nearest Walk-in Centre or emergency department .

The Geriatric Rapid Acute Care Evaluation (GRACE) is expanding across the ACT making it easier for older Canberrans to be treated in a place they are more familiar and comfortable with.

Since opening in 2012, the Centenary Hospital for Women and Children has delivered thousands of babies with more plans for expansion.

The two-year pap test has been replaced by the five-year cervical screening test.

Asthma affects 1 in 10 Australian children. You can now book free one-on-one education sessions with the Children's Asthma Education Service.

Get active with new Walking and Cycling Guides to get you around Canberra.

The ACT Magistrates Court in partnership Guide Dogs NSW/ACT are helping relieve anxiety and stress people may feel while attending court.

Genomic testing is now available in Canberra offering new hope to those patients diagnosed with rare or life-threatening disease.

Question, Persuade and Refer (QPR) training is now available in the ACT.

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