Dunedoo War Memorial Health ServicePrint Page
The Dunedoo War Memorial Health Service replaces the War Memorial Hospital which has since been closed. The centre commemorates the men and women of Dunedoo and District who have lost their lives in conflicts in which Australia has been involved.
The entrance to the Health Service contains the memorial plaques and foundation stone which were previously located at the war memorial hospital, the foundation stone of which was laid on the 26th August 1944.
|Address:||Digilah Street, Dunedoo, 2844|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -32.017324|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 6th June, 2008|
DUNEDOO WAR MEMORIAL HEALTH SERVICE
THE EQUIPMENT OF THIS WAR
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL COMMEMORATES
THE SACRIFICE OF THE MEN & WOMEN
OF DUNEDOO & THE SURROUNDING
DISTRICTS WHO HAVE GIVEN THEIR
LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY WHILST
ON ACTIVE SERVICE
Dunedoo War Memorial Health Service
was officially opened by
Christine Robertson MLC
on behalf of the
NSW Minister for Health Reba Meagher
6th June 2008
Prof Debra Picone Dr Clair Blizard
Director- General NSW Health Chief Executive GWAHS
A joint Commonwealth and State Government Initiative
THIS STONE WAS UNVEILED
THE HON. C.A.KELLY. M.L.A.
MINISTER FOR HEALTH
26th AUGUST 1944