Hospital reviews maternity service

WARWICK Hospital is reviewing its maternity care services and is seeking input from mothers and families who have used the service.

Warwick Hospital Nurse unit manager Graeme Eldridge said the hospital wanted to ensure maternity services continued to meet community needs and wanted to find out community feeling about service delivery, resources and staffing.

“We would like to form a focus group to meet with me and director of nursing, Megan O'Shannessy, on a monthly basis to talk about maternity care,” he said.

“We know there is a great deal of interest in the community and we'd like to discuss ideas and issues with local people.

“We would welcome involvement from community groups, private health professionals and other interested people to be part of the focus group.” Anyone interested should contact Graeme on 46603915 by November 30.

Cancer Council Christmas party

THE Warwick branch of Cancer Council Queensland will hold its annual Christmas get-together on December 3 at the Senior Citizens Centre at 6pm.

Volunteers who wish to participate are asked to contact Kay Wilson on 46612316 by November 26 for catering arrangements. Branch president Kay Wilson said she and the members wished everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.


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