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.
It was great to see the local community turn up for the East Bairnsdale Community Hub's end of year celebration yesterday afternoon. Our health promotion team had an awesome time hanging out with the residents. We ❤ East!! ... See MoreSee Less
THESE GUYS ARE AWESOME!! Our Men's Shed crew were super busy handcrafting wooden toys for last Sunday's Bairnsdale Toy Run. Their toys, along with many others, will be gifted to less fortunate children in our communities as part of the annual Salvation Army Christmas Appeal. The toy run started and finished in Bairnsdale, visiting Bruthen, Nowa Nowa and Lakes Entrance. Pictured below (L to R) are Santa's helpers - Ian Brown (Shed Coordinator) with Peter, Kevin, Ian, Derek, Colin and Dennis. Our Men's Shed crew meet in the very own Shed on Tuesdays at our site in Jemmeson's Street. Give our health promotion team a call on 5155 8300 if you are interested in joining these fabulous blokes! #bairnsdaletoyrun #mensshed #happychristmas #salvationarmychistmasappeal #yourhealthourcommmitment #since1975 ... See MoreSee Less
Our good friends at the Lakes Entrance Aboriginal Health Association are looking for a CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST TO JOIN THEIR TEAM! Is this you, or someone you know? Visit tinyurl.com/y8otwfrw for further information about this position; and please share this post with your networks #jointeamGLCH #localemployerofchoice #since1975 ... See MoreSee Less