Listed below are media items for The Hon Nicola Roxon MP, Former Minister for Health and Ageing
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25 January 2010
Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon and Member for Solomon Damian Hale have inspected the therapy wing and other recent work at the $10 million Palmerston GP Super Clinic.
24 January 2010
The latest edition in the ongoing Australian Longitudinal Study of Women’s Health has been released, focussing on women’s reproductive health. The ground-breaking Australian Longitudinal Study of Women’s Health, now in its 16th year, has conducted four surveys over time on the same set of 40,000 women drawn from three age groups of cohorts.
20 January 2010
The Prime Minister, Federal Minister for Health and the South Australian Minister for Health have announced the appointment of the construction firms to build the $25 million Modbury GP Plus Super Clinic and Noarlunga GP Super Clinic. Work will soon commence, with the first stage of the Noarlunga clinic complete in September 2010, and the first stage of the Modbury clinic finished the following month.
18 January 2010
Patient care will be improved and inefficiency in the health system will be cut by new e-health legislation soon to be introduced.
08 January 2010
The Redcliffe GP Super Clinic to be built on the grounds of the Redcliffe Hospital is being planned to ensure more support for people with chronic disease who live in and around Redcliffe.
08 January 2010
Residents in Brisbane’s north now have access to a wider range of community-based health services being rolled out through the new $53 million health precinct in North Lakes.
07 January 2010
The Australian Government has imposed a sanction on the Lions Club of Sunbury Elderly Peoples Homes Inc, an aged care provider in Melbourne.
06 January 2010
New state-of-the-art digital imaging equipment will soon be introduced at BreastScreen Australia services in South Australia as part of a $120 million national upgrade funded by the Australian Government.
05 January 2010
The Australian Government has continued its fight against breast cancer with the announcement that Australian women at risk of breast cancer soon will be able to be screened by the latest technology. The Prime Minister wore pink and helped sizzle sausages at Day 3 of the Sydney Cricket Test between Australia and Pakistan as part of the fund raising efforts for the McGrath Foundation and its work to support women with breast cancer.
02 January 2010
The second phase of a national campaign aimed at reducing the rate of sexually transmissible infections among Australians, especially young people, begins on 3 January.
01 January 2010
From 1 January Australians living with HIV and a rare and serious enzyme deficiency disorder will benefit from new listings on Australian Government drug programs.