The Albury Wodonga Health service is the largest regional healthcare service between Sydney and Melbourne. It supports an outer catchment population of 250,000 and covers the north-east of Victoria and southern New South Wales. It provides a range of services including the Albury Hospital and the Wodonga Hospital.
With a growing population and increasingly specialised healthcare needs in the community, we need to plan for the future.
The Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority (VHHSBA) on behalf of the Victorian and NSW governments are developing a masterplan outlining the future vision of the Albury Wodonga Health Service for the next 20 years.
How you can participate
To be able to make informed decisions about the future vision and to develop a comprehensive masterplan, both Albury Wodonga Health and the VHHSBA are seeking input from the community to inform the planning process.
You can share your views by completing the below survey, it should take between 5 to 10 minutes.
Due to the strong response and interest in the Albury Wodonga Health community survey the closing date has been extended to the 26th of October. This will ensure as many people as possible can have their say in the future of healthcare in the region.
Answer our survey
Privacy collection notice
The Department of Health and Human Services (the department) is committed to protecting your privacy.
The survey is anonymous but you can request to be updated on the results of the survey by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority will ensure that individuals will not be identified from the personal information contained in survey responses. All personal identifiers will be removed by staff at the Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority before being stored securely within the department. Only de-identified data and results of the surveys will be made publicly available.