Maffra District Hospital has put forward two (2) projects for “Pick My Project” funding. Both projects have passed through to the public voting stage. The project with the most votes will be successful in securing the grant. CGH invites staff to vote for the following projects and forward this email to friends and family. Project One: Day Respite … [Read more...] about Pick my Project – Please Vote!
The Volunteer Grants Activity is part of the Families and Communities Program which aims to strengthen relationships, improve well-being of children and young people, reduce the cost of family breakdown, strengthen family and community functioning and facilitate the settlement of migrants and humanitarian entrants in the community. The grants provide small amounts of money … [Read more...] about Volunteer Grants – 2018
Smoking increases the risk of multiple diseases including diabetes, lung disease, heart disease, kidney disease, osteoporosis and many types of cancer.1 However a new study has uncovered the economic damage caused by smoking, and Victorian businesses are paying up to 43% of the bill. These workplace incurred, smoke related costs include an “estimated net workforce labour … [Read more...] about The dynamic costs of smoking!
Are you interested in joining our steering group to tackle obesity in Wellington? // Join us – Tuesday, August 28th 2018. Wellington Primary Care Partnership needs your help to create the change that the community wants to see! Overweight and obesity is increasing in Wellington, which can have negative impact on the quality of life and well-being of our … [Read more...] about Are you interested in joining our steering group to tackle obesity in Wellington?
There is much evidence that shows that a person’s socioeconomic position, early life circumstances, social exclusion, social capital, employment and work, housing and residential environment has an enormous impact upon their health. These elements make up the key social determinants of health in Australia. Ten facts about social determinants and health inequalities The … [Read more...] about So why should health services care about community and family welfare?
Central Gippsland Health’s cafeteria at Sale Hospital is currently undergoing a transformation. The interior refurbishment, which is well underway, will see structural changes and new furniture including booths, benches and wood grain tables with an improved and modern servery. Circular tables will have charging points for electronic devices. The changes are being made to … [Read more...] about CGH Cafe Refurbishment