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ACT GP Workforce Scoping Study (5 August 2013)

Released - The ACT General Practitioner (GP) Workforce Scoping Study Report for 2013.

Influenza Report (31 July 2013)

As at 12 July 2013, influenza activity in the ACT remains at low levels and is stable.

Noise and vibration at Canberra Hospital (10 July 2013)

Refurbishment work on Level 5, Building 1 at Canberra Hospital will be noisy from July to August.

Healthy Living With Long-Term Conditions (10 July 2013)

Do you have a chronic health condition? Then check out this course on living a healthy life.

ACT Health is looking for Flu Trackers (5 July 2013)

Flu Tracking is a national online health surveillance system which monitors seasonal flu activity.

Temporary access changes - Pathology building (25 June 2013)

Alternative access to Canberra Hospital's Pathology building from Monday, 24 June to mid July.

2013 Health Promotion Awards (14 June 2013)

2013 Health Promotion Awards winners announced.

Salmonella outbreak update: 16 May (16 May 2013)

Please see this latest update from ACT Health.

Emergency response deactivated (15 May 2013)

Health has deactivated emergency response protocols at Canberra and Calvary Hospitals.

Salmonella outbreak update: 15 May (15 May 2013)

See this update on the Salmonella outbreak in the ACT.

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