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April 2015

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(Back) MDHS staff development unit administration assistant Sherree Fisher, clinical support nurse Maree Cooper, clinical nurse educator Sue Koenders, staff development manager Denise Richards, (front) graduate nurses Brianna Nevill, Madeleine Orr, Molly Akers and Emmy Radstock.

Nurses choose year in Maryborough

Four registered nurses have been accepted for the Maryborough District Health Service 2015 graduate program.

‘This important first year is an opportunity for the graduates to consolidate their studies and make the transition from students to professional registered nurses,’ said Chief Executive Officer Terry Welch.

Emmy Radstock and Molly Akers completed their Diploma of Nursing at MDHS, then finished their Bachelor of Nursing through University of Ballarat (now Federation University).

Brianna Nevill and Maddy Orr come to MDHS after graduating from Australian Catholic University Ballarat.

All four graduates are looking forward to gaining nursing experience across a variety of areas. 

MDHS offers supported clinical experience to the graduate nurses in surgical, acute, medical and aged care.

The graduate nurses will work at all three MDHS campuses and undertake aged care at Avoca and Dunolly.

All MDHS clinicians provide mentoring and support to this group of nurses as they gain more knowledge and understanding of the important role they play in the health and care of the community.

Four registered nurses have been accepted for the Maryborough District Health Service 2015 graduate program.

‘This important first year is an opportunity for the graduates to consolidate their studies and make the transition from students to professional registered nurses,’ said Chief Executive Officer Terry Welch.

Emmy Radstock and Molly Akers completed their Diploma of Nursing at MDHS, then finished their Bachelor of Nursing through University of Ballarat (now Federation University).

Brianna Nevill and Maddy Orr come to MDHS after graduating from Australian Catholic University Ballarat.

All four graduates are looking forward to gaining nursing experience across a variety of areas. 

MDHS offers supported clinical experience to the graduate nurses in surgical, acute, medical and aged care.

The graduate nurses will work at all three MDHS campuses and undertake aged care at Avoca and Dunolly.

All MDHS clinicians provide mentoring and support to this group of nurses as they gain more knowledge and understanding of the important role they play in the health and care of the community.