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News | Health 16 September 2019 16 September 2019

More than 110 people came together on Saturday 14 September to share valuable knowledge and experience that will shape the services provided at 10 new community hospitals.

News | Health 29 December 2019 29 December 2019

‘Health services together under one roof’, ‘improved partnerships’ and ‘community involvement’ – are some of the valuable ideas we’ve heard as we continue our planning work for community hospitals...

News | Health 12 December 2019 12 December 2019

The newly upgraded Seymour Urgent Care Centre has officially opened. Staff will now be better equipped to provide world-class care to locals – when they need it the most.

Project | Health 01 October 2019 01 October 2019

The Victorian Government is investing $675 million to build ten community hospitals in major growth areas like Torquay.

News | Health 18 February 2020 18 February 2020

Barwon Health North, a new state-of-the-art healthcare facility, has opened in Norlane in Geelong.

Project | Health 12 March 2020 12 March 2020

The Victorian Government has invested $3.36 million to develop an urgent care centre within the Phillip Island Health Hub at Cowes.

News | Health 31 July 2020 31 July 2020

The Wonthaggi Hospital Expansion is one step closer with three builders shortlisted to deliver the $115 million project.

Project | Health 18 October 2019 18 October 2019

The $6.38 million Barwon Health surgery hub at University Hospital in Geelong was completed in November 2018.

News | Health 08 March 2019 08 March 2019

We want to hear from locals to help inform the planning for ten new community hospitals.

News | Health 08 March 2020 08 March 2020

It’s important that communities have a say in the design and services of the hospitals they will use. That's where consultative committees come in.