UPDATE | Gunnedah woman in 'critical' but stable condition in John Hunter Hospital

Nancy Small is best-known for her love of animals.
Nancy Small is best-known for her love of animals.

UPDATE: 8:30am

Well-known Gunnedah woman Nancy Small is in a ‘critical’ but stable condition at John Hunter Hospital, according to a Hunter New England Health spokesperson.

The Gunnedah community continues to pour out its concerns, well wishes and support following the Namoi Valley Independent’s article on Thursday.

Thursday, 12:15pm

Gunnedah local Nancy Small is in a stable condition in the ICU in John Hunter Hospital.

The 69-year-old woman was airlifted from Gunnedah District Hospital by the Westpac Rescue Helicopter on Monday with a medical condition.

Nancy Small was airlifted to John Hunter Hospital on Monday but is in a stable condition.

Nancy Small was airlifted to John Hunter Hospital on Monday but is in a stable condition.

Nancy’s granddaughter, Cindy Whitfield contacted the Namoi Valley Independent on behalf of Nancy’s husband Colin, and her family on Thursday morning.

“We don’t have much to go on but she is doing fine,” Ms Whitfield said.

“She’s passed one hurdle.

“Thank you to everyone for their calls and food and flowers. We appreciate it.”