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REHA Care

Sep 2018 Surgical House will be attending REHACARE 2018 in Dusseldorf, Germany. With over 900 exhibitors from over 30 countries are expected to attend. The trade show covers the medical device industry, a huge exhibition of adapted vehicles for disabled people and the REHACARE conference with a focus on ‘digitally shaping our lives’.



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Aug 2018 This year on August 31st, Occupational Therapy Australia will be holding a forum in Perth, “Client centred care in injury management”. Surgical House is a proud supporter and sponsor of this event for 2018. The focus of this event is to explore the current landscape in workers compensation and will examine how business drives impact, in client centred care. This event will gather experts centred in client practice offering education and innovation. If you are an occupational therapists, rehabilitation provider, physiotherapists, assessor, educator, student or occupational physician click here to find out more information about how this event can assist you and register online.



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Aug 2018 Surgical House exhibited at the 2018 CARE AND AGEING EXPO at the Perth Convention and Exhibition centre. The Western Australian Care and Ageing Expo is now in its second year. The expo is a showcase of products, services, information and education available for the care and support of the ageing Australian consumer. This event will benefit those planning for their own needs and those planning for family members. To see the highlights from the 2018 expo click here.

2017

Aug 2017 Surgical House becomes silver sponsor for WA Occupational Therapy Association 2017 Breakfast. The Breakfast will be held on Friday 27th October 2017 at Crown Perth – Botanical Room. For our broshure please click here.



Aug 2017 Surgical House donated medical supplies to Cosmos HealtCare medical team going to Zimbabwe during September. For more info please click here.

2016

Nov 2016 Surgical House Clinical Workshop - Pressure Injury Prevention. This presentation is designed to assist clinicians and managers to draw on the latest clinical, scientific and cost/benefit evidence to refine Pressure Injury Prevention (PIP) in their healthcare settings. For more details please click here.