Opening times have been changed to:
Monday – Friday 8am – 6pm
Saturday 8am – 12pm
Sunday & Public Holidays 9am – 12pm
The Primary Health Medical Centre suggests that patients opt for telephone consult, especially for results and scripts. Scripts can be sent to a Chemist for patients to collect.
Phone: 03 5033 9900 for more information.
Swan Hill District Health has confirmed that a person who is a Health Care Worker at Swan Hill District Health has tested positive for coronavirus.
This test was undertaken at the Swan Hill District Health Fever Clinic.
The person had returned from overseas and on returning, took the necessary measures to self-isolate as a precaution.
Swan Hill District Health is aware that this person travelled with a Swan Hill District Health co-worker. We understand that the second person has not tested positive and has also self-isolated. Neither person has returned to work at Swan Hill District Health since their return from overseas nor entered the health service to our knowledge.
Swan Hill District Health is providing daily monitoring of the affected person who is recovering in isolation at home.
Visitors can only enter via the main entrance is Splatt St and will be asked a few quick questions and registered as a part of the screening process. (This could change depending on advice)
If you are visiting our health service you will be screened before being able to enter.
To keep patients and staff safe you will not be able to visit if you:
If you suspect you may have the coronavirus disease or have other queries related to coronavirus (COVID-19) call the dedicated hotline – open 24 hours, 7 days -1800 675 398
Please keep Triple Zero (000) for emergencies only.
For the latest information on #Coronavirus disease in Victoria, visit the Department of Health and Human Services website: www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus #COVID19
Swan Hill District Health Acute Respiratory Assessment Clinic
Swan Hill District Health Acute Respiratory Assessment Clinic (Fever Clinic) is participating in the program to screen patients who present to fever clinics and do not meet the testing criteria, in order to estimate the amount of undetected COVID-19 in the community. This program involves every 5th person who presents to our clinic, who would not otherwise be tested, now receiving a COVID test.
Since opening last week, our clinic has screened an average of 20 people per day with approximately 40% of those meeting the criteria for testing. Our Clinic has from today (26/03/20) extended our hours to be open 11am-4pm Monday to Friday to meet the increasing demand.
For general information about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) go to: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus
COVID – 19 – Restricted Access for Visitors
Please be advised that as of today, Sunday 22nd March, strict restrictions on visiting hours applies across Swan Hill District Health.
Please see link to the Guidelines for Health Services and GPs at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/health-services-and-general-practitioners-coronavirus-disease-covid-19
In this information, please read the urgent guidelines issued last night now requiring quarantine – including for healthcare workers if the worker has travelled to Iran, South Korea, Italy or mainland China in the previous 14 days (page 13 of the linked guidelines and also attached).
Please ensure that anyone who has travelled to these countries recently are aware of the requirement for quarantine for a 14 day period.
A Chief Health Officer alert has also highlighted this new and urgent advice, available at https://www2.health.vic.gov.au/public-health/chief-health-officer.
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The 18th annual Swan Hill District Health Golf and Bowls Day held at the Murray Downs Golf and Country Club on Thursday 13th February raised approximately $12,000. A total of 51 people registered for bowls and 84 for golf.
Funds raised on the day will support the purchase of two replacement treatment chairs for the Cancer Care Centre which will provide both the comfort and safety required.
The cost of each chair is approximately $10,000.
It is anticipated that the re-introduction of a visiting specialist cancer care team and the increased prevalence of cancer in the ageing community will result in more people choosing to be treated locally without the added stress of travelling for care.
Over the past 18 years this fundraising day has raised approximately $225,000, which has enabled the purchase of much needed medical equipment.
The major sponsors for the event included: ANZ Bank, Aspire Jewellery, Bendigo Radiology, Blue Sky, EML, Mildura Health Fund, Murray Downs Golf and Country Club, Murray Valley Technology Centre, Origin Energy, Swan Hill Wholesalers, TASCO Petroleum, Thomas Day Catering, Tripodi and Taverna Fruiters.
The winner of the BBQ raﬄe was Rob Merrett.
Swan Hill District Health would like to thank all their sponsors, volunteers and Murray Downs Golf and Country Club for making this day once again a successful fundraising event.Read more...
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