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Hundreds turn up to celebrate with WHPHA
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Hundreds turn up to celebrate with WHPHA

Tambul Station in the Upper Kagul area of Western Highlands came alive on Friday, 7th June 2019 when hundreds of people joined the Western Highlands Provincial Health Authority in celebrating its 25 years of strong governance to the community in Western Highlands.

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Twenty-five years of strong governance to the community in WHP
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Twenty-five years of strong governance to the community in WHP

Celebrations marking 25 years of strong governance by the Western Highlands Provincial Health Authority to the community of Western Highlands last week have been hailed as a great success. The celebrations which were held on the grounds of the Tinsley District Hospital at Baiyer River in the Mul/Baiyer District had attracted a huge crowd, mostly people with health issues who wanted to know where they could seek medical advice and assistance.

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Power Voltage Stabiliser for Mt Hagen Hospital
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Power Voltage Stabiliser for Mt Hagen Hospital

Constant power blackouts resulting in damage to vital and expensive medical equipment and other electrical appliances at Mt Hagen Hospital should now be a thing of the past. The Western Highlands Provincial Health Authority (WHPHA) after continuously spending significant funds to have equipment repaired has decided this situation should not continue any more.

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New Emergency Care System for Mt Hagen Hospital

The people of Western Highlands have been warned not to steal vehicles belonging to the Western Highlands Provincial Health Authority (WHPHA) or face the consequences. In a strong message to the public, the management has warned that if its vehicles are continuously targeted and stolen, it will have no choice but to close services at Mt Hagen Hospital.

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More Village Health Volunteers Graduate
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More Village Health Volunteers Graduate

The Western Highlands Provincial Health Authority (WHPHA) has graduated another group of Village Health Volunteers (VHV) who will provide professional assistance to expecting mothers in their respective villages to deliver safely. The month-long training which involved both theory and practical sessions has been funded by the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) as part of its ongoing efforts to help reduce child mortality in the country. The 21 women, all from the Tambul/Nebilyer District of Western Highlands, have been trained on how to help expecting mothers when they go into labour and later take them to the nearest health facility to deliver.

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Public warned to leave WHPHA vehicles alone
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Public warned to leave WHPHA vehicles alone

The people of Western Highlands have been warned not to steal vehicles belonging to the Western Highlands Provincial Health Authority (WHPHA) or face the consequences. In a strong message to the public, the management has warned that if its vehicles are continuously targeted and stolen, it will have no choice but to close services at Mt Hagen Hospital.

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