Dry July raises over $38,000 for our BRICC Wellness Centre
The Dry July campaign has raised over $38,000 for our BRICC Wellness Centre through generous community donations, exceeding last year’s efforts by $10,000.
Wellness Round Footy raises funds for our Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre Wellness Centre
On the weekend of 23 July, East Point Football Netball Club hosted a special Wellness Round and Sponsors Day to raise funds for the Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre (BRICC) Wellness Centre.
Works on Grampians Health’s new $6.25 million Diagnostics Department underway
Construction of the new $6.25 million Diagnostics Department at Grampians Health Ballarat has commenced.
How do I know when to go to Emergency?
Ballarat Health Services is reminding the community that there are available resources for non-emergency medical advice and treatment.
Happy 1st Birthday HELP
Its an exciting week for the Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP) as they celebrate their 1st Birthday.
Community generosity delivers two new mechanical CPR machines
Our Christmas appeal last year asked our community to help us raise funds for a mechanical CPR machine for our Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory (Cath Lab).
Joint statement from Ballarat Base and SJOG hospitals
Hospitals across Victoria, including the Ballarat Base Hospital and St John of God, are experiencing increased demand this weekend. This is likely to continue for many more weeks.
Go Dry this July to support BRICC Wellness Centre
Grampians Health - Ballarat are encouraging the community to take a month off alcohol to raise funds for the Ballarat Regional Integrated Cancer Centre (BRICC) Wellness Centre.
Code Yellow stood down June 2022
Grampians Health – Ballarat has stood down the Code Yellow (internal emergency) this afternoon, following its implementation on the afternoon of Sunday 26 June after significant demand for services across the weekend.
Code yellow June 2022
Over the weekend of 25 and 26 June, Grampians Health Ballarat has again experienced a significant increased need for emergency care and an increased demand to manage and isolate COVID-19 affected patients. We urge members of our community to carefully consider your health care needs.
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