Welcome

Kyneton District Health has been a part of the Macedon Ranges community for over 160 years.  We are your local health service and we're here to help you get well and be well.

We provide services to an estimated population of 42,000 people who live in the Shire and surrounding areas.

 

 

Privacy

You have the right to privacy and confidentialy of your personal information.  We assure you that we'll maintain and properly handle your personal and health information.   More information.....

We're a public hospital, a community care provider and a collaborative partner with healthcare professionals and regional healthcare partners.  Skilled nurses provide many of our services.  This wide pool of experience and expertise means we deliver a broad range of integrated health services.

Our care is high quality.  It's underpinned by our values of respect, integrity, compassion, accountability, excellence, innovation and responsiveness.  

 

 

Board Meetings

Want to find out what happens at Board meetings?   Highlights are available here

Community volunteers play a big part in helping us to help you through visiting patients, sharing activities, fundraising and feedback.  They also represent community views on committees and projects which improves the quality and relevancy of our services and communication.

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Annual Reports

The 2013/14 Annual Report and the Quality of Care Report were released at our Annual General Meeting on 20th November, 2014.

The Quality of Care Report outlines our achievements over the past year and highlights case studies of people getting quality care close to home.


Working together for a healthier community

Patient Information
Hospital visiting hours, admission, during your stay and discharge procedures...Read more...

Latest News
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about recent happenings at the hospital...

 

Maternity
Babies born at Kyneton District Health.  Click here to view our gallery.

Donation
Your donation towards Kyneton District Health will help continue the development of this small but vibrant health service.  Read more