Registered Nurse GBH Oncology Hannah Hensler with CEO CRANES Community Support Program Jane Allen - CRANES Palliative Care committee supplied new treatment chair for Oncology. Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner
Registered Nurse GBH Oncology Hannah Hensler with CEO CRANES Community Support Program Jane Allen - CRANES Palliative Care committee supplied new treatment chair for Oncology. Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner Adam Hourigan

New treatment chair for oncology

THE Palliative Care Committee has  presented a new treatment chair to the Grafton Oncology Unit. 

CEO of CRANES, JANE allen said "The addition treatment chair will provide comfort for those receving treatment".

Some palliative patients continue to receive treatment to improve the quality of their life and the Palliative Care Committe has assisted by ensuring the equipment at Oncology is up to date and serviceable.

Nurse Unit Manager Sharyn Hurford said "Staff are very pleased that all the work stations now have appropriate treatment chairs, ensuring our patients are comfortable."

The Palliaitve Care Committe has used funds raised from the community to ensure there are adequate stocks of equipment to support those who are coming to the end of their lives.



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