'Wake, wee, weigh, walk': phone calls help heart patient to be on the pulse

Anthony Bunn
Updated June 13 2024 - 3:42pm, first published 3:34pm
Albury Wodonga Health's Liz Freeman and client Peter Quigley in a corridor of Wodonga hospital after speaking to the media about the ROVER program. Picture by Mark Jesser
Albury Wodonga Health's Liz Freeman and client Peter Quigley in a corridor of Wodonga hospital after speaking to the media about the ROVER program. Picture by Mark Jesser

Architect Peter Quigley had spent more time designing hospitals than being treated in them, before alarming heart data from his Apple watch led to a triple bypass.

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Anthony Bunn

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