LGBTI : Improving inclusive practice

Gippsland Lakes Complete Health (GLCH) recognises and values the diversity of our staff and clients and aims to be an inclusive service provider to all members of our community.

We are working on making our service more inclusive for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI) staff and clients and hope to achieve the Rainbow Tick accreditation for our organisation. Some of our recent initiatives are:

Working with specific groups such as youth and aged:


We have also been participating in a pilot project called LGBTI inclusive practice for community health services run by the Department of Health and Human Services. The project will develop, pilot and evaluate a suite of tools and resources that support LGBTI inclusive and responsive service planning and practice in community health services. We are excited about launching the tools and resources within our organisation and making improvements for our LGBTI staff and clients.

All feedback welcome!

“Gippsland Lakes Complete Health pays its respects to our community’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender diverse and intersex elders, who have laid the stepping stones for us today.” – GLCH’s first LGBTI Consultation Group