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|Title:||Kathryn Stands in for Premier; Health Chief Retires||Authors:||Central Coast Express||Issue Date:||29-Apr-1992||Abstract:||Two articles regarding Gosford Hospital on page 3 of Central Coast Express Newspaper, Wednesday 29th April 1992. "Kathryn Stands in for Premier" and "Health Chief Retires". Image: Kathryn Grenier and Gosford Hospital Director of Nursing, Bobbi Carter at the opening||Description:||"Kathryn Stands in for Premier" details the Premier's wife, Kathryn Greiner standing in for husband for the opening of Stage Three of Gosford Hospital Development. 600 guests were in attendance with the reveal of extra monetary income for Central Coast Health Service as well as upgrades to the current Gosford Hospital Site. "Health Chief Retires" details the retirement of CEO Neville Boyce after being in service since 1963. He describes the efficiency of Gosford Hospital and how it has "grown around me" throughout the years starting as a 65 bed hospital.||URI:||https://elibrary.cclhd.health.nsw.gov.au/cclhdjspui/handle/1/268||Publicaton type:||Memorabilia||Subject:||Gosford Hospital;Gosford Hospital Stage III;Infrastructure, External;Newspaper Articles|
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