McGrath Foundation welcomes a new McGrath Breast Care Nurse to Ringwood, Victoria

Welcome Delywn Morgan

Thursday, 30 March 2017/Categories: McGrath Foundation, Nurses

McGrath Foundation welcomes a new McGrath Breast Care Nurse to Ringwood, Victoria

McGrath Foundation is pleased to announce Delwyn Morgan as the newly appointed McGrath Breast Care Nurse at Maroondah Hospital’s Breast Clinic in Ringwood, Victoria.

McGrath Breast Care Nurses help people (and their families) affected by breast cancer by providing physical, psychological and emotional support. From the time of diagnosis and throughout treatment, this support is available right across Australia – for free.

As a McGrath Breast Care Nurse, Delwyn provides her patients with a complete, holistic form of care, involving support groups, and emotional resilience workshops.

“I am proud to be a McGrath Breast Care Nurse because they are so instrumental in assisting with the growing demands and helping people navigate the health care system,” said Delwyn.

Petra Buchanan, McGrath Foundation CEO, is pleased to welcome Delwyn to the McGrath Foundation family.

“Our goal is to ensure that every family affected by breast cancer has access to a McGrath Breast Care Nurse, no matter where they live – for free,” Ms Buchanan said.

“While the majority of our nurses are in rural and regional parts of Australia, there’s a growing need for the service in metropolitan areas, so we’re thrilled that Delwyn is providing this crucial care to families experiencing breast cancer in the Ringwood area.”

Families in Ringwood and surrounding communities can reach out to Delwyn directly without a medical referral on Delwyn.Morgan@easternhealth.org.au to access the free service.

About Delwyn Morgan – McGrath Breast Care Nurse serving Ringwood, Victoria

Delwyn has been nursing since 1995 and as such has a passion for the complete physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing of patients under her care. 

She began her journey to this role when working in oncology wards in the mid-1990s, where she noticed many patients struggling to sleep. When she offered to keep them company and spent the night by their side, she noticed the same conversations and concerns emerging time after time.

This experience motivated Delwyn to establish the first oncology rehabilitation program in Australia, and to become a committed advocate of supportive care for cancer patients and their families. 

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