Community (or primary) health care has been shown to have an independent effect on improving health status, reducing health inequalities, achieving better health outcomes for a lower overall cost than systems focused on specialist or tertiary care, thereby making our health care sustainable.
Our service focuses on wellness and person-centred care and addresses inequalities in primary health care access. It enables with chronic and complex conditions to have well-planned, integrated care in a community setting that supports people's capacity to self manage and reduce avoidable hospital admissions.
Volunteer drivers are needed for patient transport and delivery of Meals on Wheels . . .
New student accommodation at Daylesford Hospital was officially opened on 9 May 2013.
The L2P program is designed to assist the youth of Hepburn Shire achieve 120 hours of driving experience before they obtain their P plates . . .
An Accessible Eating Guide is now available for Hepburn Shire. The guide provides information about how easy it is to access local eateries, including physical access, menus, toilet facilities, background noise and the level of lighting.
Members of the Trentham Senior Activity Group come together on Tuesdays to share current affairs, delectable morning teas and break bread together at luncheon.
Children in Hepburn Shire Pre Schools are learning how to look after their teeth as part of the Smiles 4 Miles health promotion program being run by Hepburn Community Health Service and Dental Health Services Victoria
The local groups SWISH (Supporting Women in Strengthening Health) and SWAT (Supporting Women around Trentham) from Hepburn Health Service have won the 2013 Minister for Health Award for Outstanding Team Achievement for Rural Health Services in Victoria
Hepburn Health Service (HHS) has a long-standing reputation as a provider of high quality aged care, acute and community health services.
Hepburn Health Service's Staff Giving Program provides the opportunity for staff to make regular donations to an agreed cause. Recently, staff were delighted to present $7,120 to the Bairo Pite Clinic which is based in Dili, the capital of Timor Leste.