Gippsland Lakes Community Health has zero tolerance towards child abuse and is committed to establishing and maintaining child inclusive, safe and child friendly environments.
We are committed to inclusive practice and welcome feedback on our services, in particular from Aboriginal, LGBTI and Disability communities.
We acknowledge our work in the community takes place on the traditional lands of the Gunaikurnai people of Gippsland. Gippsland Lakes Community Health respectfully recognises elders both past and present. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are warned that this website may contain images of deceased persons.
Eveyone's invited to our 42nd Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 21st November 2017 at 2.00pm in the Bulmer/Bakewell Meeting Rooms at our Lakes Entrance site (18-28 Jemmeson Street). The formalities of the meeting will include:
- To receive the operational reports for the year 2016-17. - To confirm the election of Directors to the Board of - Management. - To transact such other business of which at least seven (7) days notice in writing has been given to the Company Secretary.
The meeting will also feature guest speaker, Karina Crutch, Aboriginal Regional Development Officer from the Department of Health and Human Services.
Afternoon tea will follow the meeting. Contact Marnie on 5155 8300 if you have any questions. ... See MoreSee Less
IT'S TIME TO GET NDIS READY! AND WE KNOW A TEAM OF EXPERTS WHO CAN HELP YOU PREPARE! Click on the following link for more details tinyurl.com/y7vxtxu6 #localservicesforlocalpeople #yourhealthourcomitment #since1975 ... See MoreSee Less
Today is World Diabetes Day and Diabetes Victoria’s theme is: To the women of diabetes –thank you. Women are often responsible for ensuring their loved ones’ diabetes is managed, many work in healthcare, and many live with diabetes themselves.
This year we are thanking all these women who are touched by diabetes and who have touched the lives of those affected by diabetes. bit.ly/WDD17 #WDD #WDD17 #WorldDiabetesDay #WomenAndDiabetes ... See MoreSee Less
The Bruthen Primary School are showing great community leadership in health and wellbeing by encouraging healthy eating, physical activity and positive mental wellbeing at school.
Last week our awesome health promotion team kicked off their new Cooking Healthy Lunchboxes program with students. The team are advocating that the children have a go at making their own lunch box food by giving them healthy, easy to follow recipes. Parents are joining in the fun too and coming along to give the children a hand and even learn a new recipe themselves. We hear this week they'll be tacking Apple & Blueberry Muffins YUM! I'll see if I can get the recipe to share...
This is what the principal said "We love having you, so thank you for coming and supporting our school to develop healthy habits with our families." We love that we're making a difference... #yourhealthourcommitment #since1975 #healthykids #activekids #BruthenPrimarySchool #healthylunchbox ... See MoreSee Less