Grampians Health says ‘thank you’ to its volunteers
Grampians Health is this week celebrating its volunteers as part of National Volunteers Week.
Celebrating our community
Grampians Health strives to provide care and compassion to all members of our community.
New patient transport vehicle for BRICC
Last Thursday BRICC received a new Nissan X-trail for the Volunteer Driver patient transport service – generously donated by the Peter Stevens family and the Male Bag Foundation.
Grampians Health appoints Chief Strategy and Regions Officer
Grampians Health CEO Dale Fraser is delighted to announce that public health specialist Dr Rob Grenfell will be joining the organisation as Chief Strategy and Regions Officer from 30 May.
COVID-19Commander visits Grampians Public Health Unit
Today, the outgoing COVID-19 Commander Jeroen Weimar is visiting Ballarat to thank the hundreds of healthcare staff who have vaccinated, tested, supported and provided care for the people of the Grampians region since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Grampians Health supporting staff wellbeing
Grampians Health is supporting the wellbeing of staff across all campuses through wellbeing initiatives, supported by the Victorian Government’s Be Well. Be Safe. Healthcare worker wellbeing program.
Increased demand triggers Code Yellow alert
Grampians Health - Ballarat continues to experience 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.
Harmony Week - Dr Shabna Rajapaksa
As part of Harmony Week 2022, we're sharing stories of our staff; where they come from, and why diversity creates a richness within our community. Our second profile is of Dr Shabna Rajapaksa, Co-Head of Paediatrics at Ballarat Health Services - Part of Grampians Health.
Grampians Health celebrates Harmony Week
Grampians Health proudly recognises and celebrates the cultural diversity of our staff, clients and patients, and our community, every day of the year.
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