Northern Health

Northern Health provides health services to one of Victoria’s most culturally and linguistically diverse (185 different cultures) and vulnerable populations including socio-economically disadvantaged patients, Indigenous persons, migrants, single parents and a fast-growing aged population which is forecast to increase by 170 per cent in the next 20 years.

 

Its mission is to provide Melbourne’s north with outstanding health care.

Northern Health

In 2013 The Jack Brockhoff Foundation made a grant to Northern Health to purchase and install a tailored overhead lifting system designed to safely and comfortably transfer  elderly and immobile residents. 

East Grampians Health Service

Chief Executive Nick Bush at the bedside in the simulation learning room.

Chief Executive, Nick Bush, at the bedside in the Simulation Learning Room.

A Medical grant established a Simulation Learning Room within the new Pyrenees House Education Centre at the East Grampians Health Service.

The room will provide specific and necessary practical support for nursing students, allowing local delivery of Diploma of Nursing courses.  This dedicated modern training facility will provide local education opportunities for disadvantaged community members.