Contact update - all IWC Fax numbers

The fax numbers for IWC Corporate, Medical Centre, Dental Practice, Allied Health, Home Care Bundaberg, IWC North Burnett, Thyme Psychology and Coastal Life Therapies have changed effective immediately. Please see the new numbers below: IWC - Medical Centre: (07) 3009 0463 IWC - Dental: (07) 3009 0452 IWC – Corporate: (07) 3009 0478 IWC - Allied Health: (07) 3009 0485 IWC Home Care Bundaberg: (07) 3009 0478 IWC North Burnett: (07) 3009 0485 Thyme Psychology: (07) 3009 0485 Coastal Life Therapies: (07) 3009 0471 Please update your records accordingly and re-send any faxes sent to these numbers since March 14, as they have not been received. We apologise for any inconvenience.

Fitness initiative bowls over Indigenous participants

AN INNOVATIVE new health and wellbeing initiative is bowling over our mature-age Traditional Owners and Elders. Headed by IWC Indigenous Sport & Recreation Program Officer Jenny Springham, the Loving Life initiative incorporates physical activities that also have a strong social element. These include lawn and carpet bowls, aqua aerobics and low-impact exercise sessions. “The initiative came about through consultation with Traditional Owners and Elders in both Bundaberg and North Burnett regions, and is a proactive take on how the Indigenous Sport & Recreation Program can be delivered in our communities,” said IWC Chief Executive Officer Ara (Julga) Harathunian. “All of the activities are de

Service provider Expressions of Interest called for Stage 2 of IWC Health & Wellbeing Centre

AS STAGE 2 of the IWC Health & Wellbeing Complex rises from the ground, the doors are already opening up to service providers in the region. IWC is delivering a massive 2765 sqm of floor space with the $19.8 million Stage 2 construction project, and is now seeking suitable tenants for some of that service delivery area. “Currently, IWC offers 27 services and programs, including a wide range of health and medical options that are here for all in our community,” said IWC General Manager Wayne Mulvany. IWC is a non-government and Aboriginal community-controlled organisation with more than 12,000 clients. Mr Mulvany said: “Delivering Stage 2 of the complex will more than double the current footp

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IWC GM one of region's Top 10 Most Influential People

IWC General Manager Wayne Mulvany has been named as one of the region’s Top 10 Most Influential People. The announcement was made by the Bundaberg NewsMail on 6 March, when it revealed the Top 50 influencers, chosen by five judges. Mr Mulvany sits within the Executive of IWC, and since 2006 has been working alongside CEO Ara Harathunian. In those years, IWC has grown to deliver around 97,000 Episodes of Care a year, with a client base of more than 12,000 and growing. This is an acknowledgement that every member of the IWC team is making a real difference to the lives of people right across our communities. It also shows that IWC’s efforts to help our Indigenous, disadvantaged, at-risk, vulne

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