Alpine Health is a multi purpose service that is dynamic and innovative in its approach to meeting the health needs of the Alpine Shire communities.
Our mission is to 'Improve the health and well-being of communities' and our vision is to be a recognised leader in the improvement of the health of communities.
As a team of dedicated staff, volunteers and community members we strive to continually expand and grow our services to provide ongoing and relevant care to residents in an environment that is constantly changing and challenging.
May 13, 2013
A joint men’s shed event is being held on Friday 28th June 2013, to celebrate Men's Health Week and to raise awareness of men’s health issues and encourage men to be proactive about their health.
The event is starting at 11.00 am for a walk from the Memorial Clock Tower in Bright followed by lunch at 12.00 pm at the Bright United Men's Shed.
Guest speaker Bruce Reid will talk on his playing days in the VFL and the differences in the AFL for his sons Ben and Sam in 2013.
May 8, 2013
National Volunteer Week (NVW) is the largest celebration of volunteers and volunteerism in Australia, and provides an opportunity to highlight the role of volunteers in our communities and to say thank you to the more than 6 million Australians who volunteer.
Alpine Health would like to invite all volunteers to an event that is being held in Mt Beauty, Bright and Myrtleford to say;
"Thanks a Million"
Where: ALPIINE HEALTH MYRTLEFORD Multi-purpose Room Myrtleford Hospital
When: Wednesday May 15th 11am to 12pm
Where: ALPINE HEALTH COMMUNITY CENTRE BRIGHT HOSPITAL
When: Wednesday May 15th 9.30 am - 10.30 am
Where: ALPIINE HEALTH CONFERENCE ROOM MT BEAUTY HOSPITAL
When: Wednesday May 15th 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm
Apr 24, 2013
Alpine Health CEO Lyndon Seys, Alpine Health chair kitty Knappstein, Lonsdale Institute CEO Gill Polglase and IRON student Ruth V. Queja
The Alpine Institute was officially opened on May 24, 2013 at 4pm at a presentation in Myrtleford.
Among the attendees were Alpine Health board members and staff, including chair Kitty Knappstein, Alpine Health CEO Lyndon Seys and Lonsdale Institute CEO Gill Polglase.
Mr Seys said the new Alpine Institute is a significant milestone for Alpine Health and represents a major commitment and focus on learning and education.
Mar 7, 2013
POSITIVE AGEING STRATEGY 2013 – 2017 has been jointly produced by a partnership between Alpine Shire Council and Alpine Health. The strategy aims to encompass a whole of community approach to maximise the quality of life, participation and social recognition of older people living and visiting Alpine Shire.
The draft strategy is on public exhibition until Tuesday 8 April, and Council is encouraging all interested members of the community to submit comment on the document
These comments will inform the final strategy. The Positive Ageing Strategy can be found online at www.alpineshire.vic.gov.au by accessing the “On Exhibition’ page under the “Council” tab or click on the following link. Positive Ageing Strategy 2013 - 2017
Hard copies can be found at Councils Bright Office as well as Libraries and Alpine Health Services in Bright, Mount Beauty and Myrtleford.
Please submit comments in writing to: Alpine Shire Council
Manager Communities (Alison Banks)
P O Box 139, Bright VIC 3741
or deliver by hand to the Bright Council Office or electronically to email@example.com