Monthly Archives: August 2018

Tatura children learn best practice oral hygiene

Children from Tatura Children’s Centre learned about best practice oral hygiene on Tuesday 7 August, with GV Health and the Smiles 4 Miles program striving to improve oral health across the region. Smiles 4 Miles is an initiative of Dental Health Services Victoria and is implemented locally by GV Health, with the aim of improving the […]

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GV Health promotes Indigenous culture through food

Goulburn Valley Health assisted in promoting Indigenous culture through food on Wednesday 1 August by bringing together organisations from across the region for a special event. GV Health hosted an Indigenous cultural education session at its Community Health site to raise awareness of local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander bush tucker traditions and how services […]

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Lactation clinic helps support local women

Goulburn Valley Health’s lactation clinic is raising awareness of its services for women across the region, as part of World Breastfeeding Week this week. The clinic at GV Health’s Graham Street site plays a vital role in educating local women on breastfeeding and caring for their new-born, but some new mothers may not be aware […]

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State’s first clinic to transform care for GV children

GV Health opened the state’s first clinic solely dedicated to treating Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) on Friday 27 July. The new service, which is being opened in conjunction with the PATCHES Paediatrics Group in Western Australia, provides an all-encompassing service to diagnose and assess children who may be affected by FASD. FASD is an […]

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