Working together for a healthy community

Timboon and District Healthcare Service (TDHS) is a multipurpose service providing a range of health services to the Timboon and surrounding areas. These services ensure optimal health and overall well-being for individuals, allowing them to fully participate in, and contribute to, their community. Located in the picturesque and well-visited western end of the Great Ocean Road, TDHS delivers health services encompassing all needs across the entire community.

Latest News
  • In this month’s TDHS vlog, community engagement officer Sabine McKenzie and community health nurse Amanda Nash discuss; 😷 Current services restrictions due to COVID-19 🦠 COVID-19 and the importa...

  • The Summer 2020/21 edition of our Quarterly Newsletter hits the streets tomorrow, with copies available in The Cobden Timboon Coast Times and also at various locations including the Timboon newsagency...

  • The death of her favorite university lecturer from a melanoma triggered Bronwyn Rantall’s heightened awareness of skin cancer and it might just have saved her life. Mrs Rantall began ‘mole mapping’ so...

  • Community Health Nurse Amanda Nash was all smiles behind her mask and shield yesterday when she ventured out into the community for the first time in months to do what she loves the most....

  • Community Health Nurse Amanda Nash was all smiles behind her mask and shield yesterday when she ventured out into the community for the first time in months to do what she loves the most....

  • Do you have expertise in Asset Management, ICT Strategy and Governance, Financial Management and Accounting, Law, Community Engagement or other professional skills that could contribute to the good go...

  • In this month’s TDHS vlog, community engagement officer Sabine McKenzie and community health nurse Amanda Nash discuss; 😷 Current services restrictions due to COVID-19 COVID-19 and the importanc...

  • What a place to live! Research shows that strong, engaging communities are safer, healthier and happier. Making positive connections with our neighbours makes us feel like we are part of something big...

  • Grass pollen season, which runs from October to the end of December, brings a seasonal increase in asthma (including thunderstorm asthma) and hay fever. This year it is more important than ever to man...