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Palliative patients have 24-hour access to specialist nurse

Sep 15

Palliative patients have 24-hour access to specialist nurse

Anyone with questions about palliative care or the after-hours service, please contact Western Health Bacchus Marsh Community Palliative Care Service on (03) 5367 9137.


Wear it Purple day

Aug 29

Wear it Purple day

The Space group is facilitating a Wear it purple day event on Monday, 29th August, inviting services providers to join them to promote acceptance and tolerance by raising awareness.


A Flying Doctor with a difference

Aug 22

A Flying Doctor with a difference

Meet the Western Health doctor who is one of Australia’s finest Flying Disc athletes.


Community Wellbeing Grants

Aug 08

Community Wellbeing Grants

In an effort to build and strengthen community partnerships, the Health Promotion team from Western Health created a Community Wellbeing Grant project where Schools, Sporting Clubs and Early...


Bacchus Marsh Urgent Care has reopened

Aug 07

Bacchus Marsh Urgent Care has reopened

Bacchus Marsh Urgent Care is now opened 24/7


Training the next generation of surgeons

Aug 01

Training the next generation of surgeons

It’s always a proud moment when our surgical trainees achieve their goals.

No more so than when —after almost a decade of training, predominantly at Western Health
— a trio of...


COVID-19

Jul 15

COVID-19

Latest update for our Community


URGENT CARE MELTON opened

Jul 14

URGENT CARE MELTON opened

Melton Health Urgent Care is open from 9am


Best Care Top Focus of Merger Milestone

Jul 01

Best Care Top Focus of Merger Milestone

Western Health is today celebrating one year since the successful amalgamation with the former Djerriwarrh Health Services, now known as our Bacchus Marsh, Melton and Caroline Springs campuses.


Fellowship grant recipients in support of best care

Jun 29

Fellowship grant recipients in support of best care

Congratulations to Dr Rinky Giri and Dr Neville Tan who received the inaugural Arlene Wake Fellowship, to pursue further research studies in the area of chronic disease.

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