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COVID-19 Armidale: HNEH executive director Susan Heyman confirms worst case scenario planning is done

Vanessa Arundale
By Vanessa Arundale
Updated September 23 2021 - 4:12am, first published September 22 2021 - 8:00am
GOOD TO GO: Susan Heyman, Hunter New England Health (HNEH) executive director of rural and regional health services has planned for a worst case scenario.Photo: file.

More than one year after pandemic planning was completed across the district, Hunter New England Health says it is still confident it is ready for an increase in demand due to COVID-19, but admits it will put stress on the system.

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Vanessa Arundale

Vanessa Arundale

Senior Journalist Northern Tablelands and North West

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