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Title: History of Committee dates back to 1959; One of the Proudest Men at Woy Woy
Authors: Central Coast Express
Issue Date: 3-Nov-1971
Abstract: Several articles regarding Woy Woy Hospital on page 72 of Central Coast Express Advocate Newspaper, Wednesday 3rd November 1971. "History of Committee Date Back to 1959"; "One of the Proudest Men at Woy Woy"; "Sisters Station"; "$40,000 for Nursing Home".
Description: "History of Committee Date Back to 1959" details the Woy Woy Memorial Hospital Committee's fight to build the hospital including the first plans and tender accepted. "One of the Proudest Men at Woy Woy" details Mr Arthur Osburn's, president for the Woy Woy Memorial Hospital, hard volunteer work and addresses the massive $40,000 saved in the 'kitty' for the hospital."Sisters Station" Sister Shirley Day's, Sister-in-charge at Woy Woy Hospital, biography. "40,000 for Nursing Home" The money raise by Woy Woy Memorial Hospital Committee has promised $40,000 for a nursing home next to the hospital.
URI: https://elibrary.cclhd.health.nsw.gov.au/cclhdjspui/handle/1/94
Publicaton type: Memorabilia
Subject: Woy Woy Hospital;Newspaper Articles
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