Kyneton District Health Awarded ACHS Accreditation

The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS), Australia’s leading independent authority on health care, has recognised the high quality care given to patients of Kyneton District Health by awarding the health service accreditation through its NSQHS Standards program. Continue reading Kyneton District Health Awarded ACHS Accreditation

Share your views: Ensuring quality foods in Public Hospitals

The Victorian Department of Health & Human Services is currently conducting a survey on food in public hospitals and aged care services.

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Info Session – 16 October 19: Activities for Purpose and Pleasure

This session will offer participants the chance to meet other people who are caring for a loved one living with dementia.

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Palliative Care Funding Boost for Kyneton District Health

Kyneton District Health recently received a funding boost of more than $210,000 to support Palliative Care patients in the Macedon Ranges.

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Hepatitis C Outreach Clinic launches in Kyneton

Austin Health, Kyneton District Health and Cobaw Community Health have launched a new Hepatitis C monthly Outreach Clinic in the Ambulatory Care Centre at Kyneton District Health.

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Registered Nurse Andrea Perry is interviewed for the Star Weekly

Kyneton District Health registered nurse Andrea Perry was recently interviewed by the Sunbury & Macedon Ranges Star Weekly for Palliative Care Week. Continue reading Registered Nurse Andrea Perry is interviewed for the Star Weekly

Join Dementia Australia for “Blokes in the Caring Role”

This four session group program in May/June will help male carers reflect on their new role and relationship with a family member living with dementia.

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