Media Release - Healthy food choices on the menu in Boort 17.12.2018
Boort District Health (BDH) is making it much easier for staff and visitors to make healthier food and drink choices, by implementing a traffic light system of Red (limit), Amber (choose carefully) and Green (best choices) that forms part of the Victorian Government’s Healthy Choices guidelines. In doing so we have significantly increased our range of healthier food and drink options. The Healthy Choices framework was developed to help make sure that healthy foods and drinks are offered and promoted in places like hospitals, health services and workplaces.
Dr Bruce Bolam, Victoria’s Chief Preventive Health Officer, has applauded the efforts of all those involved at BDH, “As a community focal point for health leadership, hospitals and health services that provide healthier food and drink options triple the benefits: for patients, staff, and the community that visit.”
Health Information - Survive the heat Monday 24.12.2018
Media Release - The Loddon Times - Tuesday 18.12.2018
Information - Boort Medical Practice - Christmas Opening Hours
Media Release - 9News- Medical Practice will re-open its doors on Monday 30.11.2018
After months of uncertainty after Boort was left without a GP, the town's medical practice will re-open its doors on Monday.
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Media Release - Loddon Times - Permanent GP on cards 9.10.2018
Media Release - New provider for Boort Medical Clinic - 5 October 2018
Boort District Health (BDH) has reached an agreement with Australian Health Industry Group (AHIG) to operate the Boort Medical Clinic from November 2018.
Media Release - Murray Medical Workforce - the 4 Pillars – future proofing the medical workforce
The Murray Medical Workforce has been meeting since December 2017 to attempt to address the GP shortage and need for proceduralists in rural communities, in particular in Kerang and Cohuna. Since then Boort and other rural areas have joined the group. The group has been well supported by peak bodies such as the Rural Doctors Association Victoria and Rural Workforce Agency Victoria, along with Department Health Human Services and Murray Primary Health Network, local health services, medical clinics and Local Government Areas (Gannawarra and Murray Shires).
Media Release - Loddon Times - Better Dental Care - 25.9.2018
Media Release - Tender process underway for improved dental facilities in Boort - 21.9.2018
Boort District Health (BDH) has embarked on an open tender process for construction of new dental facilities, co-located within the main healthcare complex. In the interim, until works are completed the Boort Dental Clinic will continue to operate as normal, offering dental services to both public and private patients in the existing facility adjacent to the Boort Medical Clinic.
Media - Herald Sun - Regional Victorians desperately need GPs and other health workers - 8.9.2018
Media Release - BDH Engaging with Potential Providers to Secure Medical Services - 29.8.2018
Following the announcement in late July that St Anthony’s Family Medical Practice will cease to operate the Boort Medical Practice at the end of October 2018, Boort District Health (BDH) is actively pursuing a range of possibilities in order to secure an ongoing medical presence locally.
Media Release - Boort Pursues new Medical Services Provider - 17.8.2018
Boort District Health (BDH) is pursuing a range of options to secure the future provision of medical services in Boort, following the announcement by St Anthony Family Medical Practice that it will cease to operate the Boort Medical Practice clinic from 31 October 2018.
Media Release - Boort Proudly Maintains Triple Accreditation - 15.8.2018
Throughout the past year, Boort District Health has participated in a broad range of external review processes, with each of the respective services being awarded ongoing accreditation for a corresponding further three year period.
Media Release - Business Opportunity - Expressions of Interest - Boort Medical Practice - 10.8.2018
Boort District Health is seeking expressions of interest for a commercial provider to continue operation of a well-established and recently renovated GP clinic, located opposite the local hospital, from 1 November 2018 onwards.
Media - Win News Bendigo - Boort District Health without a Doctor from 1st November 2018 - 1.8.2018
Boort will soon be without a doctor, after the St Andrews Medical Clinic advised it'll no longer service the town. The G-P service will end in November, leaving the area facing a critical medical professional shortage.
Media Release - Boort Push for Doctors - 26.7.2018
Boort District Health is working to secure a long-term medical presence in the town, following an announcement that the local GP clinic is closing from 1 November 2018.