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Talented performer takes centre stage with scholarship win

Talented Bundjalung boy Koby is a 10-year-old superstar. His love for dance, singing, and performing saw him take home a 2023 Young, Black and Proud Scholarship. His journey in dance began three years ago and since then, there has been no looking back. Koby is a multi-talented young artist, proficient in ballet, jazz, contemporary, and […]

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Jimbelunga men’s group ‘Maibinyana’

Maibinyana, meaning ‘men working together’ (derived from the Yugambeh language and a Torres Strait dialect), is a fitting name for the men’s group at Jimbelunga, which is all about connection, community and collaboration.

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Health worker traineeship a pathway full of potential

Cleavon (CJ) wasn’t clear on his career path after leaving high school but felt a strong pull toward working with community. Volunteering with Deadly Choices reaffirmed his interest in community health, steering him toward an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker Traineeship with ATSICHS Brisbane in March 2023.

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Jimbelunga supports Maggie Beer Foundation initiative around food in aged care

There is a lot to consider when it comes to providing nutritious, digestible and crowd-pleasing meals in the aged care sector. Aged Care Operations Manager Belinda Charles and Environmental Services Administration Manager Sharen Suman were pleased to have the opportunity to host Maggie Beer Foundation Chef Trainer and Mentor Anna Sundqvist to share their insight around food and nutrition in the context of Jimbelunga Nursing Centre.

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Welcoming our 2024 General Practitioner registrars

We are delighted to introduce five new General Practitioner (GP) registrars who have just commenced their training placements with ATSICHS Brisbane. Dr Sarah will be based at our Northgate clinic, Dr Avalon at Woolloongabba, Dr Bailey at Logan and Dr Mandy and Dr Shuatha will work from Loganlea clinic.