East Grampians Health Service is based in Ararat and Willaura and takes its name from the magnificent mountain range that provides a backdrop to both townships.
Formed in 1995 by the merger of the Ararat and District Hospital, the Willaura and District Hospital and John Pickford House, East Grampians Health Service (EGHS) is committed to providing quality care and services that meet the needs of the community, whilst continuously striving for improvement and aiming to lead the way in provision of health related services.
East Grampians Health Service will improve our community’s health and quality of life through strong partnerships and by responding to changing needs.
To be leaders in rural health care.
We value integrity, honesty and respect in all relationships.
We value excellence as the appropriate standard for all services and practices.
We respect the dignity and rights of our community and acknowledge their beliefs, regardless of their cultural, spiritual or socioeconomic background.
We value equally all people who make a contribution to EGHS to achieve shared goals.
We strive to continually learn and develop through education, training, mentoring and by teaching others.
Further information on our Terms of Trade can be found in this download.
East Grampians Health Service is committed to working together to improve health outcomes for
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our community.