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  • Timboon resident Rebecca Van Wollingen has been announced this morning as our new chief executive officer. Ms Van Wollingen has been acting in the role at Timboon and District Healthcare Service (TDHS) since March. Her permanent appointment was announced to staff this morning. TDHS Board......

  • Timboon and District Healthcare Service’s (TDHS) Annual General Meeting next Thursday will take on a whole new look and feel, with community members urged to take part in a panel discussion facilitated by sports broadcaster Gerard Whateley. TDHS Board chair Maryanne Puli Vogels said that......

  • It’s the 1st of November and a perfect time to start thinking about, and planning for, a fire event in our region. Timboon Fire Brigade Captain Bryce Morden, who is also a Board member at TDHS, shares his thoughts on the fire season. His message......

  • Timboon and District Healthcare Service strives to provide comprehensive, responsive and integrated range of quality health care services to Timboon and surrounding areas. Working together for a healthy community is our primary focus. We are looking for a Casual Community Care Worker to join our......

  • Did you know that only 1 in 10 Australians survive a cardiac arrest? Together we can beat that and improve cardiac arrest survival rates by knowing what to do in a health emergency. This video features Ambulance Victoria Timboon Team Leader Chris Stewart (who is......

  • Investments in social work, a new Community Health Manager position, increased physiotherapy hours and an upgrade to the operating theatre underpin short-term priorities at Timboon and District Healthcare Service (TDHS) it was revealed this week. Acting chief executive officer Rebecca Van Wollingen said the organisation......

  • The Board of Directors cordially invites you to Timboon and District Healthcare Service’s Annual General Meeting on Thursday, November 14 at 7.30pm in the Conference Room, 21 Hospital Road, Timboon. Our guest speaker will be sports journalist Gerard Whateley, along with a panel of several......

  • Do you know where your closest Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is located and how to use it to save someone’s life? AEDs provide automated heart rhythm analysis, voice commands, and deliver a shock. When the heart stops beating, an AED can shock the heart back......

  • Please protect yourself and your loved ones this pollen season. Managing asthma and allergies matters. The worst grass pollen days occur from now until December – generating widespread hay fever and asthma right across the state. Did you know that epidemic thunderstorm asthma forecasts are......

  • Late yesterday, we experienced some issues with our IT systems. It has since been confirmed the issues relate to a cyber incident impacting health services and hospitals across the South West Alliance of Rural Health (SWARH) network and Gippsland Health Alliance. At this time there is......

  • It was wonderful to have our first visit from Jenny Evans and therapy dog Sasha this week to mark Therapy Dog Awareness Month. Our patients, clients and staff absolutely fell in love with Sasha, who was such a good girl. When asked, she jumped up......

  • Today is R U Ok? Day – a day dedicated to reminding us all to ask “Are you OK?” and to support people who may be struggling with life’s ups and downs. Our team at TDHS is urging everyone in the community to know the......

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