We are proud to announce that with the support of our community we have raised the $12,000 needed to purchase a palliative care bed for the Werribee Mercy Hospital’s Palliative Care ward. We were really overwhelmed by the generous donations given to us by local businesses as prizes for our raffle hampers.
We are proud to announce that your generous donations during our 2021 Renal Dialysis Appeal have provided the Werribee Mercy Hospital’s Renal Dialysis Unit with a new renal chair. This chair will help kidney patients in our community receive quicker access to dialysis, and enable the Renal Unit to process more patients.
Our lucky raffle winner of the $500 Pacific Werribee voucher, Jenny Jimenez, is pictured collecting her prize. We are grateful to everyone that entered our raffle and helped raise money towards the purchase of a palliative care bed. 100% of proceeds from our raffle will go towards this much-needed purchase.
Bunnings Werribee and Bunnings Hoppers Crossing banded together to kindly refurbish the Werribee Mercy Hospital’s Emergency Department garden area. The project involved erecting a gazebo and paving the area. Bunnings also donated equipment and materials for the hospital to use in the future. Thank-you Bunnings for continually supporting your communities! A
Molly is the happy recipient of the 1st Prize Hamper in our Easter Raffle. Her huge smile is proof winners are grinners! There were 8 fantastic hampers to give away, and we’d like to thank Maddy from Prime Residential Property Management in Point Cook for assisting with the raffle draw.
Local resident and business owner of Find My Real Estate, Anu Aggarwal, was a patient at Werribee Mercy Hospital when he experienced thunderstorm asthma. His extreme gratitude for the wonderful staff that helped saved him has driven his desire to want to give back. After a coffee with the Werribee Hospital
The Werribee Mercy Hospital manages mental health services across Melbourne’s South West, operating a 24-hour mental health triage line for people in acute mental distress and for referrals to support services. The line receives upwards of 25,000 calls each year, and the pandemic has created an unprecedented and fast-escalating demand.
The Werribee Hospital Foundation has proudly raised enough money for the AccuVein finder to be purchased for our local hospital’s Paediatric Ward! The vein finder will be in use every day. It will help ease the distress of our littlest patients, and anything to make their hospital experience less traumatic