Latest media releases from Alpine Health:
Alpine Health gets back to business with a return of services in Aged Care, and Acute later this week, and Home Care and PACE next week.
Alpine Health to implement evacuation plans at Bright and Mt Beauty effective 3/1.
The Active Alpine Group will advocate on behalf of the community for one or more outdoor exercise equipment sites across the Alpine Shire to improve physical activity rates and health outcomes for the local community.
‘Our Beautiful Gunni (Spirit) Country’ artwork unveiled at Mt Beauty Hospital, Alpine Health.
Alpine Shire Council and Alpine Health are once again partnering with local businesses to promote awareness of the campaign, encouraging people to have conversations about family violence.
We are pleased to announce the recipient of the Mark Robinson Scholarship for Rural Health in 2019 is Jade Lane from Mt Beauty.
We are pleased to announce this year’s Otto Schmalz Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to Nicole Marr-Jones.
The Minister for Health, the Hon Jenny Mikakos MP, is pleased to invite applications for part time board directors/ positions on the Alpine Health board commencing from 1 July 2020.
Alpine Health have commissioned three new pieces of Aboriginal artwork for each of our hospital sites. The first piece was unveiled at Bright Hospital on Friday 9th August, 2019.
Today marks the commencement of the 1st intake of the Alpine Institute Diploma of Nursing. The Alpine Institute Diploma of Nursing will deliver a local pathway into nursing, allowing our local people to stay in the area and receive a post-secondary nationally recognised qualification.
Bright Hospital Op Shop has donated $150,000 to the development of the clinical learning environment for Alpine Institute students to complete their studies.
If you’ve been thinking lately about getting more active, then sign up to the Premier’s Active April. Active Alpine, a group with representation from Alpine Health, Sport North East, Alpine Shire Council and Gateway Health are supporting everyone in the Alpine Shire to get more active, more often.
Alpine residents affected by cancer will have access to a comprehensive survivorship education, exercise and wellness program over six weeks, commencing 29th April 2019.
February 7, 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the Black Saturday bushfires. This is a significant date of remembrance for Victoria and may be a challenging time for many people across the state. During this time, and always, looking after ourselves, family, friends and neighbours is important.
Alpine Health and the Alpine Shire Council are this year calling on our community to commit to actions that change the culture that drives family violence. The Respect Victoria campaign coincides with the global 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence campaign.
Alpine Health's PACE team are spreading the word locally, encouraging anyone with concerns about their lung health to speak with their doctor.
At Alpine Health routine screening for family violence will become common practice. This will include clients, patients and residents who are accessing health services provided by Alpine Health.
Communities That Care Alpine has recently completed its second round of auditing packaged outlets as part of The Smart Generation program and the results show an increase in outlets selling alcohol to young people without checking ID.
More people have died during extreme heat than in any natural disaster. In the 2009 Victorian heatwave 374 people died and almost eighty percent of these were over 65 years of age. This year, we’re expecting a hot summer, and that could mean more deaths and illness from extreme heat.