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Bass Coast Health was pleased to celebrate the vital role Nurses play in delivering quality care to the people of Bass Coast and South Gippsland on International Nurses’ Day, 12...
COVIDSafe measures have meant there has been no known workplace transmission of COVID at Bass Coast Health (BCH) – these measures are simple tips that people can practise at home...
May 5 was International Midwives Day and at Bass Coast Health, we were pleased to celebrate and acknowledge the work of our wonderful midwives. Our Midwives offer care to families...
Bass Coast Health is making sure the community recovers from illness and surgery by reintroducing groups for patients with cardio and respiratory conditions. The cardio group assists people with a...
Bass Coast Health (BCH) staff were treated to a barbecue lunch courtesy of the volunteers of the BCH Inverloch Fundraising Auxiliary and the Lions Club of Inverloch on Wednesday 4...
A chapter in the story of the COVID pandemic locally is about to end, with Bass Coast Health to close its COVID Testing Drive-through and Community Vaccination Clinic in response...
This Heart Week, Bass Coast Health is excited to welcome two new cardiac nurses to the team: Harold Warne and Karen Wynne. They will improve care, support, access and education...
The BCH Inverloch Fundraising Auxiliary was pleased to receive a cheque of $2665.45 from the members of the Inverloch Men’s Shed. Christine Henderson, BCH Executive Director of Clinical Services and...
Bass Coast Health (BCH) has today called a Code Yellow to signal an internal emergency relating to staffing shortfalls. According to CEO Jan Child, staffing shortfalls have been a constant...
Inverloch Bowling Club raised $2500 for the Bass Coast Health Inverloch Fundraising Auxiliary at the club’s Bowls Over Cancer Day on Thursday 28 April. Club President Terry Seaward was thrilled...
Kate Lindsay still recalls the time her daughter Julia told day care staff that her mother worked in heaven with the angels. That was after Kate, an Emergency Nurse at...
Bass Coast Health (BCH) staff are striving hard to give patients and consumers the best possible care, from inpatients at Wonthaggi Hospital to consumers of our Allied Health services at...
Graham Margetts knows just how life-threatening COVID-19 is. He suffered with the virus for 10 days, all while enduring the side effects of chemotherapy for stage 4 cancer. He will...
Bass Coast Health is offering staff - new and existing - exciting learning opportunities, with the creation of a dedicated professional development space at Wonthaggi Hospital. The space simulates a...
Bass Coast residents and visitors can minimise the spread of the highly infectious subvariant of COVID-19 these April school holidays and Easter long weekend. The BA.2 subvariant is up to...
Bass Coast residents who have suffered with COVID have urged everyone to get a booster dose to minimise the impact of the virus on their health and their lives. A...
Bass Coast Health Board Member and Phillip Island resident Mim Kershaw has never felt lingering lethargy and insomnia like that caused by COVID-19. And that’s nearly a month after catching...
COVID cases are rising in our community as the more contagious BA.2 subvariant spreads quickly throughout Victoria and according to Bass Coast Health CEO Jan Child, it’s never been more...
Bass Coast Health (BCH) is proud to be supporting people living with diabetes from the war-torn country of Ukraine. People living with diabetes are being impacted by a shortage of...
Following a busy long weekend in Bass Coast people with COVID symptoms are urged to continue to get tested to help contain the spread of the virus in the community...