Our facility consists of single and double rooms, all with en-suite facilities and individual heating and cooling systems. A common dining room, as well as indoor and outdoor sitting areas, encourages social interaction.
The Acute and Urgent Care departments offer exceptional care options to the residents and visitors of Heathcote, working collaboratively with the co-located GP clinic to provide support, including after hours and in emergency situations.
We aim to provide volunteers with work that is meaningful, challenging and rewarding so they know they are making a difference. Our volunteer program aims at matching the right person to the right role.
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.
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.
Outstanding Local Care.
To provide safe local healthcare responsive to the needs of our community.
We value Integrity, Accountability, Client focus, Impartiality as a part of our care.