The Pink Ladies of Goulburn Health Service are on the hunt for memorabilia and stories of the past. The Pink Ladies have been stalwart volunteers at Goulburn Base Hospital since the 1970s.
With the new $150 million Goulburn Base Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment underway, the ladies decided it was time to create their own pictorial history. They are looking to explore and honour those who have volunteered their time to the Pink Lady brigade of Goulburn.
“This is a tremendous way to capture the previously untold story of one of our most treasured group of volunteers,” General Manager Northern Cluster Denis Thomas said.
“It will be exciting to see what information, photographs and memories our community has.”
The purpose of the search is to collect, collate and record any information on the previous Pink Ladies, who they were and the roles they performed throughout the Goulburn Health Service.
There will be a meeting on Monday, 25 November, 11:00am – 12:00pm in the Multi-Purpose Room at the Bourke Street Health Service to officially launch the search.
If you know of someone who was a Pink Lady, or you are interested in the rich history of Goulburn Health Service, you are welcome to come along to the meeting. If you are unable to attend, but want to be involved, please call Bourke Street Health Service on 4823 7800 to register your interest.
The Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment has reached another milestone, with main works now underway on site and due for completion in 2021.
The redevelopment will deliver a new four storey Clinical Services Building as well improved distribution of, and increase in, on-site car parking.