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Employment in the Grampians Health Care System

The Grampians Region covers an area of 47,980 square kilometers and extends east to west from Bacchus Marsh to the South Australian border, and north to south from Patchewollock to Lake Bolac. In 2006 the region had an estimated population of about 216, 000 people. The Grampians health network is made up of 12 hospital-based health services, five bush nursing centres, two stand-alone community health centres and one stand-alone district nursing service. Many of the health care organisations in the Grampians region have multiple campuses. Map of Grampians Health Services: icon Map of Grampians Health Services (448.85 kB)

 

Health services in the Grampians health network often have employment opportunities for health care workers (especially nurses and allied health professionals). If you are interested in working in the region and enjoying the benefits of a rural lifestyle, contact one of the health services listed in the above brochure. Also vacancies in the region can be found on the following health service websites:

For further details of job opportunities in the region please contact the following Department of Health workforce coordinators:

Rural Health and Human Services Workforce

Contact: Dean Taylor (Rural Workforce Coordinator). Address: 35 Armstrong St South, PO Box 712, Ballarat, VIC, 3353. Phone: (03) 53336073 or mobile 0437946487 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Updated December 2016