Monday, September 23, 2019
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The San celebrates 40 years of cardio surgery

Hundreds of students from Wahroonga Adventist School formed the shape of a heart on the front lawn of Sydney Adventist Hospital on Thursday (May 30) to celebrate a special anniversary.

Adventist school raises funds for Open Heart International

More than $A1200 was raised for the not-for-profit medical charity as a result of a Year 11 Business Studies assignment.

Australia Day honour for former Sydney Adventist Hospital nurse

Glenys Chapman was posthumously awarded an OAM for her selfless work both locally and internationally.

Australia Day honour for Adventist hospital eye surgeon

Associate Professor Geoffrey Painter was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for service to medicine and his humanitarian work.

Partnership provides aid opportunities

Open Heart International (OHI) is being transferred from Adventist HealthCare Limited (AHCL) to the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia.

Open Heart International needs our help

After working from a small, cramped space for more than 15 years, volunteers for Open Heart International are looking forward to the construction of a new warehouse where they can comfortably and safely carry out their activities.

San doctors Australian of the Year nominees

Two doctors from Sydney Adventist Hospital have been nominated for 2016 State Finalist Senior Australian of the Year and State Finalist Australian of the Year respectively.

Philip Currie elected Adventist HealthCare CEO

Philip Currie was appointed CEO of Sydney Adventist Hospital during yesterday's South Pacific Division Executive Committee meetings, held at Division headquarters in Wahroonga, New South Wales.

Adventist charity to feature on 60 Minutes

This Sunday night, Australian current affairs program 60 Minutes will be featuring the work of Open Heart International (OHI), a medical outreach charity based at Sydney Adventist Hospital.

Devastating earthquake hits Nepal

More than 2500 people have been killed and over 5000 injured in a 7.9 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday. The death toll continues to rise following a powerful 6.7 aftershock on Sunday.
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