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When the little things matter

It has been claimed that developing dementia is the biggest fear for Australians aged over 55 and statistics show it is the second leading cause of death in the country, which is why nurse Liezel Fourie is so committed to making a difference to the lives of patients and their families.

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Gaze of compassion

A bronze-cast bust of Venerable Mary Potter has been installed in the foyer of the new Calvary Adelaide Hospital to remind staff, patients and visitors of the legacy of the founder of the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary.


Healing hands of Calvary unveiled

The blessing and official opening of the new Calvary Adelaide Hospital, followed by a thanksgiving Mass in the chapel, was a chance to reflect on the mission of the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary and their founder Mary Potter.


Calvary's new hospital opens its doors

The new $345 million Calvary Adelaide Hospital today opened its doors as the Calvary Wakefield Hospital simultaneously closed after 115 years of serving South Australians.