Nursing and Midwifery - Tasmanian Health Service

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Welcome to the Tasmanian Health Service's Nursing and Midwifery website.

Tasmania’s public health service -Tasmanian Health Service (THS) expands the whole of Tasmania from Port Arthur and Bruny Island in the South to King Island and Flinders Island in the North.

Our nurses and midwives provide care across a wide range of facilities and services from acute hospitals to primary health: community and mental health. For more information regarding these sites, visit the links below:

Our nurses and midwives at THS provide the highest quality patient care through a person-first approach. Susan Gannon (pictured right), is the Statewide Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery for the THS. Susan’s vision for Tasmania is to implement Magnet® Principles across the state and progress towards Magnet® Accreditation for the nurses and midwives at the THS.

“I encourage you to keep innovating, coming up with good ideas
and looking for ways in which we can all keep improving.”

The photos below are of our wonderful nurses and midwives. Click on the photos to find out more about where they work and what they do.

For further information regarding living, working and exploring Tasmania, click on the navigational buttons below. If you have any questions about us, check out Live Work Explore - Frequently Asked Questions and if you want to talk to us about employment opportunity, simply contact us by email at edonm@ths.tas.gov.au

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Arthit Barnes, Nurse Practitioner; Michael Browne, Clinical Nurse Educator/ Nurse Practitioner; Leahanna Stevens, Nurse PractitionerKylee Snare, Registered Midwife - Midwifery Group Practice, North West Regional Hospital Jonathan Weeks, Nurse Manager – Nurse Staffing Unit & Bed Flow, Mersey Community HospitalMaria Unwin, Registered Nurse, Department of Emergency Medicine, Launceston General Hospital Michelle Woods, Nurse Practitioner – Diabetes, THS/Adjunct Senior Lecturer, University of TasmaniaSally Bonde, Clinical Nurse Educator – Program of Experience in the Palliative Approach (PEPA)Becky Clarke, Acting Nurse Unit Manager, Emergency Department, Royal Hobart Hospital Karen Linegar, Executive Director of Nursing & Care Redesign, North West Regional Hospital/Mersey Community HospitalMeredith Prestwood, Nurse Practitioner – Community Rapid Response ServiceColin Banks, Assistant Director of Nursing, Complex, Chronic and Community ServiceTom and Naj Anderson in the snowMeredith Eberle in ICU