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New Volunteer Manager position announced by Western Sydney

  • by Volunteer Hub
  • January 19, 2017

Western Sydney Local Health District have announced a new Palliative Care Volunteer Coordinator position (11 months) to work with their current Palliative Care Volunteer Coordinator, Kylie Clark.

The position will be instrumental in supporting the newly established Palliative Care Volunteer Program, and to enable the palliative patient and their carers improved dignity and comfort throughout the patient journey. Western Sydney is one of the largest and fastest growing LHDs in NSW and includes Palliative Care services within Blacktown, Mt Druitt and Westmead Hospitals and 5 Community Health Centres.

Interested? Click here for more information about the Volunteer Coordinator Palliative Care position with Western Sydney LHD (closes on 1st February 2017).

Pic: Kylie Clark and Dr Phil Lee from Western Sydney LHD

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