North Melbourne families will have access to more kinder places, with work set to begin on Lady Huntingfield Children’s Centre.
The Andrews Labor Government is cracking down on unscrupulous IVF providers who prey on Victorians accessing IVF and peddle false hope about their chances of starting a family.
The Andrews Labor Government’s flagship Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s Hospital will become home to more than 150 nurses and midwives when it opens its doors to patients in May.
The Andrews Labor Government is calling for national urgent action to protect children across the nation from the potentially deadly liquid used in e-cigarettes.
Free Baby Bundles for first-time parents being delivered by the Andrews Labor Government are a step closer – and Victorians are being urged to nominate their favourite children’s books.
Ten new community hospitals for Victoria are a step closer, with local families set to help decide the services they will provide.
The Andrews Labor Government is making hospitals safer for patients at risk of anaphylaxis who will now be able to carry and use their EpiPens within all Victorian hospitals.
Victorian parents are being warned to always look in the backseat before locking the car to avoid accidentally leaving children behind, as the weather heats up again this week.
Minister for Health Jenny Mikakos today unveiled the $9.3 million Stroke Care Unit, which will keep Victoria at the forefront in the treatment of one of the world’s major health issues.
The Andrews Labor Government is calling on locals from Melbourne’s west to help shape the new $1.5 billion public hospital in Footscray to ensure it meets local healthcare needs for generations to come.
Terang paramedics will soon have the safe and modern home base they need with work underway on a new state-of-the-art ambulance branch.
Winchelsea paramedics will soon have the safe and modern home base they need with work underway on the town’s first ambulance branch.
The Andrews Labor Government has delivered on its pledge to give nurses and midwives the laws they need to deliver the highest quality of care for Victorians.
More people from rural and regional Victoria with cancer will access clinical trials closer to home using the teletrial model with digital technology, thanks to a $1.5 million Andrews Labor Government funding boost.
The Andrews Labor Government’s free, 24-hour medical and nursing service on Phillip Island has already treated more than 1,600 locals and holidaymakers this summer.
Bacchus March paramedics will soon have the safe and modern home base they need to respond to emergencies with work underway on a new state-of-the-art ambulance branch.
The Andrews Labor Government is kick starting work to design and build a new $1.5 billion world-class public hospital in Footscray.
A new specialist university Masters degree will upskill researchers and professionals working in the cancer field, and has been developed with the support of the Andrews Labor Government.