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Save Deniliquin Hospital

Local health advocates have delivered a scathing attack on Member for Murray Austin Evans and his government’s failure to adequately fund Deniliquin Hospital.

Read the full story at https://www.denipt.com.au/2019/01/31/423578/save-our-hospital

Save the Deniliquin Hospital now before it falls apart due to lack of funding.

Comments (5)

  • Wilma Williams 5 months ago

    Living in Deniliquin I delivered my two children at the Deniliquin Hospital in 1982 and 1985. I had many visits there over the yrs I do believe it would harm the town and surrounding districts if it was to close please fund this hospital there are many people who need it.

  • Kevin Britton 5 months ago

    Saved my Brothers Life back in the sixties from gunshot wound

  • Ann Gilkes 5 months ago

    Why on earth would you close this facility? Deni Hospital is not only necessary to service the local community, but the who le town have either been born there or given birth there. I have two sisters born there and both my parents received palliative care in Deniliquin Hospital. We all have a history and the services provided are of an excellent standard.

  • Felicity Salmon 5 months ago

    I gave birth to my daughter here in 1983, I had 2 surgeries here and it was the best hospital I've ever been in! The community deserves good care and it's unthinkable that it should go!

  • Carryne Trott 4 months ago

    After a stay in Deni Hospital, I was utterly shocked on how many nursing staff there are with so many patience to look after. They are run of their feet with so much to do and so little people to do it. Then after 2 days i was released with concussion and had to use a walking frame. I was released way to soon. I was also gobsmacked when the head nurse during the day, besides doing her own job had to be in care of the whole hospital at the same time. Funding is a huge problem. I am so grateful for the nursing staff, they go above and beyond to do their job. Being released from hospital while you know in yourself you are not well enough is very sad. Doctors are there for 5 min, don't read your charts, if you are not quick enough to yell after them, you miss out. The poor nurses then cop flak over it. Please tell me how the nurses can do their duty of care if they are so run of their feet. PLEASE WE NEED FUNDING.

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