Emergency at Peel Health Campus

Emergency at Peel Health Campus

Since its opening in 1997, the Peel Health Campus has remained largely unchanged. 

But over the past 20 years, our region has more than doubled.

Like many in our region, I'm concerned about PHC's diminishing capacity to cater for a growing and ageing population. 

The staff at PHC are fantastic (they tended to my own father over Christmas), but the facilities need to be upgraded.

Recently the federal government invested an extra $190 million into the WA Hospitals. But health funding is distributed according to the State Government's priorities. The McGowan government didn't consider the Peel region a priority.

Alongside Zak Kirkup MLA, I'm calling on the McGowan Labor Government to stop ignoring us, and to invest in Mandurah.

Sign if you agree that the Peel region needs a better hospital!

We’re holding the State Government to account. You can join the fight for the Peel Health Campus by displaying a sign in your front yard that calls for action and counts the days since the Peel Health Rally. 

Drop in to 2/61 Sutton Street, Mandurah and pick one up today. 

500 signatures

Will you sign?