News and events

Pregnancy Care at KEMH

As the only Level 6 tertiary obstetric hospital in WA, King Edward Memorial Hospital cares for women and babies who are considered most high risk in our co... more

Visiting KEMH

Standard Visiting

  • 3pm to 8pm daily<... more

Celebrating IDAHOBIT Day at WNHS

Staff, patients and local community brightened up the hospital corridors today (17 May) to celebrate IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia Biphobi... more


Happy Easter

Happy Easter to all of our NMHS staff, patients and the wider WA community.

On Easter Sunday, we will still be caring for our patients at King Edwa... more

Staff with hot cross buns

100 years on….

One hundred years ago, Edith Cowan was the first woman to serve as a member for parliament. But even before becoming one of Australia’s most famous w... more

$50 dollar note

Voting in the 2021 State Election: Saturday 13 March

The State election will be held on Saturday 13 March 2021. This year, there will be no mobile polling booths within hospitals for the Stat... more

Ballot papers

New flipchart unveiled in fight against Female Genital Mutilation


The recent launch of a new educational resource driven by Project lead and Women’s Health Coordinator, Dr ... more

Information about Visiting King Eddies

COVID-19 has changed how we welcome patients and visitors to our hospital. All visitors to KEMH must scan the SafeWA QR Code or complete the manual registe... more

SafeWA QR codes and manual registers

In line with the State Government’s direction that all hospitals display SafeWA visitor QR codes and manual registers, all NMHS hospital sites are no... more

SafeWA app

Mandatory wearing of face masks

Most Western Australian residents are having a crash course in mask wearing with the recent introduction of mandatory wearing of face masks outside the hom... more

Mask Posters
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