Who we are
Our team of people at Grampians Health are at the very heart of our health service.
This Aged Care Employee Day (Sunday 7 August), we are celebrating, supporting and honouring our residential aged care workers. Across Grampians Health, we have incredible aged care teams who work incredibly hard every day to look after and provide care for our community’s loved ones.
Please join us in thanking our team members for the work they do – not just today, but every day.
Meet some of our team members:
As part of our NAIDOC Week celebrations for 2022, Grampians Health has announced a region-wide Aboriginal Art Competition, with a $2,500 prize available for the winning artwork at each of our four campuses: Edenhope, Stawell, Horsham Dimboola, and Ballarat.
Celebrating our Community
Grampians Health strives to provide care and compassion to all members of our community. We all have a part to play in combatting discrimination, and at Grampians Health we’re continuing to activate, educate and improve. This is something that is important to us every day – and especially on IDAHOBIT (International Day Against LGBTQIA+ Discrimination), May 17, as we joined in acknowledging people who identify as LGBTQIA+ and showed our continued support for the LGBTQIA+ community.
In celebrating our community Grampians Health is sharing the stories of some of our staff – including why IDAHOBIT is important and what they would like people to know about the LGBTQIA+ community.
Celebrating our Volunteers
Volunteers are an important part of the fabric that is our health service. During this year’s National Volunteer Week, which ran 16-22 May, we recognised and celebrated our volunteers across the Grampians region. Thank you for your support, for the time you give and your dedication to our communities.
Grampians Health has over 200 volunteers, each and every one of them a valued member of our team. Read profiles of four of our volunteers:
Grampians Health proudly recognises and celebrates the cultural diversity of our staff, clients and patients, and our community, every day of the year.
Research indicates that organisations perform well when employees feel included and their workplace is strongly committed to supporting diversity.
With around 45 per cent of Australians born overseas or with at least one parent who was, Harmony Week has always been a way for workplaces to showcase and acknowledge their cultural diversity. Harmony Week celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.
Grampians Health is no different, with current employees as diverse as the services we offer across the region.
See our campus-specific information on celebrating our diversity here: