Harrow Bush Nursing Centre becomes a hive of activity

BUSY BEES: The nursing staff at Harrow Bush Nursing Centre, Carolyn Middleton and Tina Rogers, are happy to see the positive activity at the centre. Picture: CONTRIBUTED.

BUSY BEES: The nursing staff at Harrow Bush Nursing Centre, Carolyn Middleton and Tina Rogers, are happy to see the positive activity at the centre. Picture: CONTRIBUTED.

THE Harrow Bush Nursing Centre has become a hive of activity after an influx of new activities and programs became available. 

Centre Manager Ann Vaughan said the surge in activities and programs had them bursting at the seams.

The centre has finished a successful round of defensive driving workshops and will start its new sustainable farming families program. 

“We have started a Mums and Bubs group, which will start on Tuesday with the help of trained midwife and RAN Nurse, Jo McCure.” 

Ms Vaughan said the centre will conducted a community consultation morning tea on Tuesday at 10am. 

“We hope to build an even stronger picture of what the community wants from the services and programs through the centre,” she said.