Bright Health Precinct needs your help!
27 April 2022
Pictured R to L: Community Drop in Session at the Bright Library 16 March - Alpine Health CEO, Nick Shaw and Bright Precinct Redevelopment Committee (Annie Rothwell, Catherine Eldred, Ian Nicholls)
Alpine Health is working hard to get the Bright Health Precinct built for our local community.
The easing of COVID19 restrictions has made it possible for Alpine Health to continue meeting with the community to discuss the progress of the Bright Health Precinct development, with more recent discussions with the Probus Club, CWA, and Senior Citizens, together with the drop in sessions at the Bright Library providing an insight into the project and the communities strong desire for the progression and funding of the health precinct.
A question that was asked numerous times by the community was how they can help to ensure the Bright Health Precinct gets built.
Alpine Health CEO, Nick Shaw said ‘one of the key things that you can do to help is to show your support by writing a letter to the State and Federal Governments asking them to commit to capital funding needed to build this incredibly important development in Bright’.
‘The development will improve and expand the provision of health services for the people of Bright and surrounding towns, especially for our senior citizens who at present have no other option but to leave their local community when they need to receive high level care’.
‘Every voice counts and with support from the community we can get the Bright Health Precinct built’
If you need help to write your letter of support or your community group is interested in meeting to discuss the Bright Health Precinct, please get in touch.