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A decade of supporting patients at Graythwaite

Over the last decade thousands of patients have come through the doors of Graythwaite Rehabilitation Centre after injury, illness or surgery to improve their health, regain function, achieve their goals and return to home, work, and social life.

Current and former staff and patients came together earlier this month to mark the impact the centre has had on patients and their families over the last 10 years since its opening.

NSLHD Chief Executive Adjunct Professor Anthony Schembri thanked the multidisciplinary rehabilitation team at the centre and all involved in the establishment of the rehabilitation service. 

“It is an honour to celebrate 10 years of this fantastic rehabilitation facility,” he said.

I am proud we have such a dedicated team providing excellent stroke, amputee, orthopaedic and burns rehabilitation
NSLHD Chief Executive Adjunct Professor Anthony Schembri

Ryde Hospital Allied Health, Rehabilitation, Aged Care and Ambulatory Care Services Manager Anna Butcher said the service has worked hard over the last decade to expand the rehabilitation services offered at the centre.

“Despite the challenges of COVID and a redevelopment, the team has always maintained the high level of patient centred rehabilitation care throughout,” she said.

“I am looking forward to working with the team on continuing to improve rehabilitation care offered at Ryde over the next 10 years.”

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