Goulburn Valley Health is the main health service in the Goulburn Valley. Our services include a 24-hour Emergency Department, Surgery, Medical Services, Women’s and Children’s Services, Rehabilitation and Palliative Care, Mental Health, Outpatients, community-based health programs and services at Tatura and Rushworth.
We pride ourselves on delivering person-centred care and we aim to enhance patient experience through improved service access, developing partnerships, meeting growth in demand, implementing innovative service models and ensuring workforce flexibility.
Goulburn Valley Health has more than 2,600 staff across five main sites. Our people are highly skilled and we are the largest permanent employer in the Goulburn Valley.
Our Patients and Community
The community we serve includes a large primary and secondary catchment, with a third and larger catchment for mental health services, which includes the shires of Mitchell and Murrindindi and the Wallan growth corridor.
Goulburn Valley Health’s primary catchment includes the local government areas of Greater Shepparton (70 percent of primary catchment population) and Strathbogie. Our total catchment stretches into southern New South Wales and the overall catchment population is approximately 120,000 people.
Goulburn Valley Health’s secondary catchment includes the western half of Moira Shire; and the eastern and southern portions of Campaspe Shire.
Our community is growing as more people move to the lifestyle and opportunities in Greater Shepparton.
Our community includes the largest regional population of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Victoria and a large number of migrants from dozens of countries around the world.