Kyneton District Health is a public hospital located in the township of Kyneton, within the Macedon Ranges Shire, approximately 80 kilometres north of Melbourne.

Kyneton District Health provides services to an estimated population of 42,000 people who live in the Shire and surrounding areas.

Kyneton District Health has a long and proud history serving the people of Kyneton and surrounding districts, having been established in 1854.   The current hospital was officially opened by the Acting State Premier and Health Minister on the 25th June, 2003. 

Approximately 170 dedicated staff and 55 Visiting Medical Officers at Kyneton District Health strive to provide the highest quality care to the people of the Macedon Ranges.

Macedon Ranges is a popular tourist destination and Kyneton is home of the Daffodil Festival held annually during September.

Enjoy wandering down Piper Street as you explore local restaurants, antique gift shops and a myriad of other experiences on offer in this popular precinct. Click here for more information.

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