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  • TDHS is seeking a permanent part-time Health Promotion Officer to deliver innovative responses to local community health issues. Join our supportive and passionate Community Health team now!...

  • Volunteering for Timboon and District Healthcare Service (TDHS) provides the flexibility Melissa McKenzie is looking for to give something back to her community. The 45 year-old Port Campbell resident signed up as a volunteer less than two years ago and now enjoys doing Meals on......

  • National Volunteer Week is Australia’s largest annual celebration of volunteering. At Timboon and District Healthcare Service we have a diverse volunteer workforce consisting of 60 volunteers. We continue to be extremely grateful and overwhelmed by the generosity and willingness of our volunteers to dedicate and......

  • Timboon and District Healthcare Service is a lifeline for people in your community. Will you please donate today to help train and equip our wonderful staff?.   Dear Community Member, Thank you for being such an important part of the Timboon and District Healthcare Service......

  • Looking for a job that supports you while you undertake a qualification? Are you passionate about customer service? Join our supportive and fun team and undertake a Certificate III in Business while you work....

  • Join our multi-disciplinary Allied Health team and provide evidence-based Speech Therapy services to the community and pre-school age children. Flexible part time hours available....

  • Looking for a sea-change or a tree-change without giving up the artisan comforts of a good cup of coffee and great food, then look no further! Timboon and District Healthcare Service (TDHS) is looking for a Physiotherapist to join our close knit Allied Health team passionate about patient centred care....

  • International Nurses Day is celebrated around the world every May 12 on the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. International Nurses Day is a time to celebrate nurses around the world and highlight the wide scope of nurses shaping the health of all Australians. This theme for......

  • Vaccination is our best defence against influenza viruses. Even fit and healthy people should get the flu vaccine to protect themselves and help to stop the spread of influenza. This vaccination prepares your immune system to fight influenza viruses as it uses parts of killed......

  • In this video, our Community Engagement Officer Sabine McKenzie sits down for a chat with our District Nursing coordinator Sherryl Mueller to discuss a range of nursing topics and to thank all the wonderful TDHS volunteers for their hard work and commitment to the healthcare......

  • Midwives are celebrated around the world on May 5th, in recognition of the wonderful people who bring new life into the world and support our women and children. This year the celebration highlights “100 years of progress” and advocates for investment in quality midwifery care......

  • THANK YOU – The Wheels of the bus are soon to go round and round thanks to your generous support  The donations have been rolling in and we are now set to purchase our community bus. We can’t thank you enough for your generous donations,......

  • Given that the liver serves so many crucial functions in our body, from maintaining blood sugar levels to aiding digestion, it is critical that everyone treats it with care. World Liver Day is annually marked on 19th April to generate awareness of how important the......

  • Peterborough’s Frank Carlus has not surprisingly become a huge advocate of the Australian Organ Donor Register. Twenty-two years ago, a donor liver saved his life. Now 64 years-old, Mr Carlus was in his early 30s when he found out he had Hepatitis C (HCV) and......

  • Relaxing after work comes with many benefits to both your personal and professional life. Some reasons why it is important to relax after work are; Greater mental health: Finding time to relax after work can help you de-stress and focus on something other than your work-related......

  • This is an opportunity for members of the community to meet with our CEO Rebecca Van Wollingen. Everyone is welcome to attend to ask questions and hold discussions with Bek. Tea and coffee will be available....

  • Parkinson’s disease is a progressive, degenerative neurological condition that affects a person’s ability to control their body movements. In Australia, it affects 100,000 people with 38 people being diagnosed every day.  Parkinson’s results from the loss of cells in various parts of the brain, including......

  • In this video, our Community Engagement Officer Sabine McKenzie sits down for a chat with Michelle Selten, our Nurse Unit Manager, to discuss a range of TDHS services including aged care, acute care, respite care, palliative care, allied health, post surgery recovery and more. Community......

  • The 35th Murray to Moyne Cycling Relay is on this weekend and Timboon Cruisers are again pushing those pedals to raise important funds for Timboon and District Healthcare Service (TDHS) as they have done for at least the last 26 years. The riders pay for......

  • If purple is your favourite colour, then you can go a bit purple-crazy this weekend to support Purple Day. Purple Day is a global initiative dedicated to raising epilepsy awareness, dispelling myths, and increasing support to those affected. Founded in 2008 by nine-year-old Cassidy Megan......

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