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    CHC to provide ‘My Aged Care’ health services

    Health providers are getting the word out about a new government initiative designed to assist older members of the community, ‘My Aged Care’.  The aged care system traditionally has been difficult for individuals, family and […]


    Thank you to the Hospital Auxiliary

    A BIG thank you to the Hospital Auxiliary for their outstanding and tireless fundraising efforts this financial year.  They have funded more than $35,000 worth of equipment including a laryngoscope blade, pressure mattress, patient monitor, […]


    2016 End of Financial Year Annual Appeal

    As the end of the financial year approaches, please consider making a tax deductible donation to our hospital.   Your gift is really important because it offers immediate resources that we can direct to the growing […]


    Legal Matters & Ageing

    In support of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, a free public forum to learn about wills, powers of attorney and elder abuse prevention will be presented as a joint venture between South Gippsland Hospital, South […]


    Solar Dollars for Care

    Due to the overwhelming response and generosity of the community last year to the Solar Energy Campaign, the hospital was able to install a large solar electricity and hot water system with the aim of […]


    EatWell, MoveWell, LiveWell – starting soon

    You can take the first step to increasing your physical activity, mobility, making healthier lifestyle and eating choices by attending the next Eat Well, Move Well, Live Well program at the Community Health Centre. Enjoy […]


    Murray to Moyne Update

    The hospital’s Murray to Moyne team finished a gruelling 2016 event with strong headwinds on the first day to raise more than $13,000 to help update the patient lounge/recovery area.  Some of the changes needed […]


    World Kidney Day 10 March

      Chronic kidney disease is called a ‘silent disease’ as there are often no warning signs. It is not uncommon for people to lose up to 90 per cent of their kidney function before getting […]

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