2020 – our hearts and hands

The story of Calvary Hobart is not complete without the hearts and hands that helped to build it.

LCM Sister Juliana (above left), a former Director of Nursing, and LCM Sister Pauline Ransom, former Theatre in Charge, are pictured  at the 2018 opening of our nine new theatres at Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital.

Between them they have collectively contributed  nearly 100 years to serving Calvary’s local communities, and continue to be a much loved part of our day to day hospital life.

As Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, inspired by the leadership of out Foundress, the Venerable Mary Potter, we thank them for their significant contribution to Calvary’s renowned reputation for compassionate excellence of care.

The hearts and hands of Sr Juliana and Sister Pauline, along with the LCM Sisters before them, have guided us from the establishment of the hospital 80 years ago, to the state of the art facilities and care offered in the Calvary Hobart hospitals today.




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