Bulli Hospital Flooded

RAIN LEAKS INTO WARDS Operation Carried Out In Deluge URGENT CASES TURNED AWAY BULLI, Thursday. THE Bulli Public Hospital has been flooded by rain water since Sunday night. Yesterday a man was operated on urgently while rain poured through the roof of the operating theatre. “It poured on to the doctors, nurses and patient,” said…

Bulli Hospital Auxiliary

Members of Bulli Hospital Auxiliary with the Sir Norman Nock Rose Bowl, which they won for gaining the highest amount per member of 84 competing N.S.W. Auxiliary. Their quota was £ 114 per member. Standing (left to right): Mrs. R. Merrill, Vice Pres.; Mrs. E. Garling, Vice Pres.; Mrs. J. Veigal, Treasurer. Sitting: Mrs. I. Mann, President; Matron Mclntyre;…

Hospital turns away patients

Bulli Hospital and Bulli Hospital Ambulances C1940 WOLLONGONG, Thursday. — Because Bulli District Hospital did not have sufficient staff to maintain all beds, three patients for appendix operations could not be admitted this week. The secretary (Mr. C. R. Veigel) told a meeting of the board last night that the staff was working many hours overtime. If the shortage continued the nursing staff would…

Bulli Hospital Men

At the Hospitals Conference today: Messrs. W. McCammon, secretary WoIIongong Hospital; M. Keegan, Vice-President Bulli Hospital and C. Lacey, secretary Bulli Hospital. –The Sun (Sydney) Wednesday 17 July 1929