In a double win for Victoria, Melbourne has been chosen as the host city for both the World Optometry Congress 2021 and the International Congress on Obesity 2022, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is taking action to lift the standard of meals in Victorian public hospitals and aged care centres, with a food audit now underway.
More of Victoria’s sickest kids will now have access to potentially life-changing medicinal cannabis treatment as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s compassionate access scheme.
The Andrews Labor Government is stepping up its efforts to see more young Victorians vaccinated against the flu.
Victorians can now have their say on the Andrews Labor Government’s next big plan to prevent cancer, boost survival rates and improve treatment for patients.
Victoria will host a remembrance service for bereaved parents, families and friends affected by pregnancy and infant loss.
October is Mental Health Month - an opportunity for Melbourne workplaces and community groups to to raise awareness of the importance of social and emotional wellbeing.
First time parents and their babies will now have access to a crucial Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in the western suburbs when they need it at the Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Tatura’s first ever ambulance station, proudly funded and built by the Andrews Labor Government, is now open.
The Andrews Labor Government’s major expansion of Shepparton Hospital has reached another milestone, meaning better care and more services is another step closer for local patients.
The Andrews Labor Government is supporting the Melbourne community to host fun and free educational activities and events for local families and children as part of this year’s Children’s Week celebrations.
The Andrews Labor Government is rolling out cutting-edge 3D breast screening technology across the state – speeding up lifesaving diagnosis and cutting down on invasive procedures.
A world-class project backed by the Andrews Labor Government that’s helping doctors and nurses treat patients with sepsis faster is saving lives.
The Andrews Labor Government is building a bigger, better emergency department at Monash Hospital to make sure more locals in Melbourne’s south-east get the world-class care they deserve, faster.
Victorians are being urged to get tested for sexually transmissible infections (STIs).
The Andrews Labor Government’s big redevelopment of Wonthaggi Hospital to give local patients the world-class care they deserve is a step closer.
Better care for local families is one step closer with the Andrews Labor Government unveiling designs for its major upgrade of Sunshine Hospital’s busy emergency department.
Families are another step closer to having the flu shot for all kids under five placed on the National Immunisation Program, making it free.