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2017 Victorian Public Healthcare Premier's Awards

Posted 30 October 2017

The Victorian Healthcare Association CEO Tom Symondson congratulates the member health services which featured in the prestigious 2017 Victorian Public Healthcare Premier’s Awards.

Recipients of the Premier’s Health Service of the Year are:

  • Premier’s Primary Health Service of the Year - Winner: Cohealth
  • Finalists: Star Health Group, Sunbury Community Health
  • Premier’s Small Health Service of the Year – Winner: Kyneton District Health. Finalists: Rochester and Elmore District Health Service, Rural Northwest Health
  • Premier’s Medium Health Service of the Year – Winner: Benalla Health. Finalists: East Grampians Health Service, Echuca Regional Health
  • Premier’s Large Health Service of the Year – Winner: The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital. Finalist: The Royal Children's Hospital

The awards were judged by 78 experts from across the health sector.

A full list of winners and finalists is available here.
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