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September 9, 2009

Australia Funds Palliative and Geriatric Care at Calvary Hospital

The Australian Government has granted A$3.2m to the Calvary Hospital to be used over the next four years to improve psychogeriatric and palliative care services. Of the total amount, A$1.276m will be used to enhance psychogeriatric care by providing additional preventative services, educ

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The Australian Government has granted A$3.2m to the Calvary Hospital to be used over the next four years to improve psychogeriatric and palliative care services.

Of the total amount, A$1.276m will be used to enhance psychogeriatric care by providing additional preventative services, education, support and collaborative management planning.

The remaining A$1.955m will be used to boost palliative care by recruiting a palliative care nurse practitioner, a psychologist, nurses and clinical supervisors, the government said.

The funding is part of the government’s $500m investment in subacute care.

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