The Andrews Labor Government has completed the new Phillip Island Health Hub 24-hour Urgent Care Centre.
Victoria’s best and most innovative health services and programs have been honoured at the 15th annual Victorian Public Healthcare Awards.
More Victorian students learning and playing outdoors are set to receive much-needed protection from harmful UV radiation thanks to new shade around their schools and sun protective items.
Sugary drinks will be removed from fridges at all three museums across Melbourne in a new bid to prevent childhood obesity.
Hundreds of mothers and babies have benefited from a program that enables jaundiced newborns to be cared for at home.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering another new and innovative way to make our roads safer for cyclists and pedestrians.
Victorians are waiting less time than ever before for elective surgery and urgent specialist appointments, despite huge surges in the number of people attending hospitals driven by an unprecedented flu season, new data shows.
Victorians are waiting less time than ever before for elective surgery and urgent specialist appointments.
Delivering on an election commitment, the Andrews Labor Government is opening applications for the Premier’s Spirit of Democracy Prize, inviting students in years 9, 10 and 11 at government, Catholic and independent schools to apply to participate in a study tour of Greece, to deepen their understanding of civics and citizenship.
The Andrews Labor Government’s latest crack down on tobacco advertising is now complete, with tightened up laws passing the Parliament.
Restart a Heart Day held annually on 16 October is a worldwide effort to encourage the community to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED). A person who is unconscious and not breathing normally needs CPR immediately. Bystander intervention..