East Grampians Health Services

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East Grampians Health Service is a rural health service located in Ararat and Willaura in Western Victoria and is an integral part of a thriving community that is committed to quality health services providing for the health and wellbeing of people of all ages.

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Willaura Health Care

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The care I received was excellent.  From reception to discharge, all staff were friendly and helpful.  Well done EGHS.

The nurses and staff were very attentive.  I couldn’t fault a thing.  I have nothing but praise for the hospital and staff, we are very lucky in Ararat.

All staff were very caring and helpful.  Being an anxious patient, they treated me really nicely.  Food was a good standard.

Very satisfied with the service and treatment.  Staff, dentists and assistants all very caring and considerate.  Thank you.

Thank you for all your support, dedication and encouragement throughout our pregnancy and baby’s birth.  I appreciate all your care, hard work and guidance.  It was a great experience getting to know you all and sharing this important time with you.

I have been in Ararat hospital a lot of times and all I can say is the staff and nurses have all been wonderful.

I wish to thank you all for the wonderful care and support during my stay for an operation.  Respectful and outstanding service.  Thank you.

Most helpful filling in forms.  Obliging, friendly explanation of the different data required.  Thanks to all the staff for the help they have given me.

Very dedicated and professional staff, also very caring.  Ararat is so lucky to have them and so are the people.  I don’t think you could find better anywhere.

My mother was very happy with all staff working and the meals were very nice as well.  Keep up the good work and care.

Care was excellent and staff were courteous.  Food and meals are always first class.

Very satisfied with treatment received.  Staff were very obliging and caring.  Cannot think of any concerns.  Thankful to be able to attend a smaller health service than a larger hospital.

Graduate nurses commence at EGHS

March 8, 2021

Eight Graduate Registered Nurses commenced their Graduate Nurse Program at East Grampians Health Service last month. Some of the new…

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Health service pays tribute to staff

February 18, 2021

East Grampians Health Service paid tribute to its staff at the annual general meeting, following a challenging year managing the…

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Willaura staff to face the clippers!

December 7, 2020

Each year, 20,000 people face the clippers and bravely shave their hair as part of the World’s Greatest Shave, to…

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Volunteers recognised by health service

December 7, 2020

East Grampians Health Service has recognised the long service of some of its 150 volunteers. Volunteers were awarded for five,…

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Shopping spree new format a great success

December 7, 2020

This year’s East Grampians Health Service Residents’ Support Group Shopping Spree took on a different format, to ensure a COVID-safe…

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Wreath donated for Remembrance Day

December 7, 2020

Patricia Hinchey Centre staff and consumers were pleased to receive a magnificent wreath to display on Remembrance Day. Special thanks…

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NAIDOC Week celebrated in food

December 7, 2020

During NAIDOC Week East Grampians Health Service celebrated Australia’s Indigenous foods. The Cafe Pyrenees team, lead by Leonie Clayton, cooked…

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25th EGHS AGM via webinar

December 7, 2020

The 25th annual East Grampians Health Service annual general meeting will be held via zoom webinar due to COVID-19 restrictions…

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16 Days of Activism

December 7, 2020

Commencing on 25th November 2020 through to 10th December 2020 is 16 Days of Activism. The 16 Days of Activism…

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Wear it Purple Day

October 4, 2020

Staff at East Grampians Health Service wore a touch of purple on Wear it Purple Day, August 28, an annual…

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