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
  • 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...

  • There’s no need to dress up or even leave the comfort of your own home to attend our Annual General Meeting (AGM) this year, because we will be bringing it to you! This year our AGM is a virtual...

  • 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....

  • South West location Fixed term contract to September 2021 Part-time 48 hours per fortnight About TDHS Timboon and District Healthcare Service (TDHS) is a regional multi-purpose healthcare provider, su...

  • By TDHS Dietitian, Emily Boyle Try for 5 is an annual nutrition campaign run by Nutrition Australia that encourages all Australians to increase their vegetable intake to the recommended five serves pe...

  • Eva Vickers was a carer long before she even knew what a carer was. Her life transformed before her very eyes from a world where she relied on husband Graham for a lot of things, to one where he relie...

  • Malnutrition can impact people of all ages, shapes and sizes – sometimes affecting the most unlikely of people, according to Timboon and District Healthcare Service’s (TDHS) new dietitian Emily Boyle....

  • In this month’s TDHS vlog, community engagement officer Sabine McKenzie and community health nurse Amanda Nash are joined by new social worker Hayley Weel. They discuss; 😷Current services restri...

  • The discovery of an ultimately harmless lump in her right breast in 2013 might have saved Julie Harkin’s life. While the lump she had felt turned out to be a benign cyst, it was the catalyst for scans...