CBCHS celebrates three decades of care

December 5, 2019

VHA member Central Bayside Community Health Services (CBCHS) celebrated 30 years of caring for its community at a special anniversary event on 29 November.

CBCHS is a not-for-profit community health service providing a wide range of health, wellbeing, disability, child development and aged care services throughout the City of Kingston and surrounds.

As well as celebrating the organisation’s achievements over 30 years, the event acknowledged CBCHS founders Peter Spyker AM and Bill Nixon OAM for their contributions as Board Members over three decades.

CBCHS Board Member, Peter Spyker AM with CEO Deb Stuart

The event was attended by current and former staff, members, volunteers, representatives from partner organisations as well as CBCHS clients and families.

CBCHS CEO Deb Stuart said over 30 years, CBCHS has adapted to the changing needs of the local community to provide a wide range of health and disability services to over 15,000 people each year.

“From humble beginnings in the back of the electoral office of then Minister for Community Services, Peter Spyker AM, we now provide more than 50 services and programs across seven sites with over 250 staff and 200 volunteers.