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Be involved in shaping the future of community health

Posted 04 October 2018

Members of the healthcare sector and the public who have significant involvement with community health, are invited to attend a session on opportunities to strengthen community health services so they can better meet the healthcare needs of vulnerable Victorians.

More detail about the process can be found by clicking here.

Consultations will take place at locations across Victoria throughout October and November, including: 

  • Latrobe Community Health Service, Seymour St and Princes Highway, Traralgon, 10.30am-1.30pm on Thursday 4 October
  • PwC, 2 Riverside Quay Southbank, 10am-1pm on Tuesday 16 October
  • Ballarat Community Health Service, 12 Lilburne Street, Lucas (Ballarat), 11am-2pm on Wednesday 24 October
  • Session for registered and integrated community health service CEOs (or their delegates) only, VHA Meeting Room, Level 6/136 Exhibition Street Melbourne, 12-2pm on Friday 30 November.

RSVP by email events@vha.org.au is essential, including name, organisation, position and the stakeholder group you represent, as well as the session you wish to attend, at least three working days before the date of the session.

For more information contact Noni Sproule, Manager of Policy or Ben Rogers, Advisor, Policy and Advocacy on 9094 7777.

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