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LATEST NEWS & INFORMATION

  • John Wood to star in play at Heathcote RSL on 21/03/2017

    John Wood to star in play at Heathcote RSL on 21/03/2017

    Sound mental health is essential to our daily lives and the ability to function and work is paramount to the health and well-being of work places, families and communities.  HEATHCOTE HEALTH and CARER SUPPORT SERVICES are proud to present, acclaimed actor John WOOD in Carpe Diem. Supported by Chris PIDD, Carpe Diem is a contemporary portrayal […]
  • Independent Community Members Wanted

    Independent Community Members Wanted

    The Heathcote Health Community Advisory (Community Consultation) Committee is seeking expressions of interest from community members to join this group. The Community Advisory Committee provides opportunities for consumers and community members to shape the development and improvement of policy and strategies that influence the way in which services are planned and delivered. An important part […]
  • Part Time Board Positions are now available for terms beginning 1st July 2017

    Part Time Board Positions are now available for terms beginning 1st July 2017

    The Minister for Health, the Hon Jill Hennessy MP, is pleased to invite applications for part time board positions at Heathcote Health with terms of office commencing from 1 July 2017. The Victorian Government is committed to ensuring every Victorian receives safe and high quality healthcare. Applicants must be able to demonstrate and provide evidence […]
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ABOUT HEATHCOTE HEALTH

Heathcote Health is a public hospital funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services and the Commonwealth Department of Social Services. The service operates under the provisions of the Victorian Health Services Act 1988.

Heathcote Hospital was established in 1859. In 1994 Heathcote Hospital, McIvor Shire Council’s Home and Community Care and the McIvor Community House amalgamated to form McIvor Health & Community Services. The health service changed its name to Heathcote Health in March 2010.

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HEATHCOTE HEALTH

VISION, PURPOSE & VALUES

To ensure we succeed in providing outstanding local healthcare responsive to our community we abide by the following values:

Integrity – Care and services are delivered in a manner which demonstrates integrity.

Accountability – demonstrated through our actions.

Client focus – Services are client focussed.

Impartiality – Through impartiality, the rights and choices of people are respected.

 

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OUR VISION

Outstanding Local Care.

 

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OUR PURPOSE

To provide safe local healthcare responsive to the needs of our community.

 

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OUR VALUES

We value Integrity, Accountability, Client focus, Impartiality as a part of our care.