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Community based care 08 March 2019

Have your say on new community hospitals - survey now open

Please note: This consultation closed on 11 October 2019.

We want to hear from locals near Craigieburn, Cranbourne, Eltham area, Fishermans Bend, Pakenham, Phillip Island, Point Cook, Sunbury, Torquay and City of Whittlesea to help inform the planning for ten new community hospitals.

An online survey is now open seeking input to identify service gaps and ways to better connect and integrate health and social services. Responses are confidential and will be de-identified.

The survey is available via the engage.vic website and closes at 4.00pm on Friday 11 October 2019.

About the community hospitals program

The Victorian Government has committed $675 million to build ten community hospitals close to major growth areas within Craigieburn, Cranbourne, Eltham area, Fishermans Bend, Pakenham, Phillip Island, Point Cook, Sunbury, Torquay and City of Whittlesea. These community hospitals will improve the way healthcare is delivered in suburban and regional Victoria, providing more access to in-demand services, closer to home.

Community hospitals are an expansion of our current public hospital network. They will provide a broad range of walk-in hospital, community health and social care services in the one place, making it easier for families, patients, carers and clients to receive the services they need.

These hospitals are a new type of public health facility and we want to understand what services are important and needed for these new facilities.

Find out more about community hospitals by watching this short video or by visiting the community hospitals program page.

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Last updated: 16 September 2019