Have your say on health priorities

The Western Metropolitan Partnership is seeking health stakeholder feedback to better understand priorities for shaping health initiatives, services and programs for Melbourne’s West.

We are looking at

A range of notable health initiatives have been pioneered in the region, which have played a significant role in developing and enhancing health service for the community.

The Western Metropolitan Partnership has played a key role in advocating to the Victorian Government for improvements in community health for the Footscray Hospital, Melton Hospital and the Tweddle Child and Family Health Service.

We want to hear from health practitioners, service providers and stakeholders with opportunities and ideas to improve health and wellbeing in the west.

Your views will be used to

Your insights will be considered by the Western Metropolitan Partnership to develop advice to the Victorian Government to assist in key decision-making processes in the future.

Health industry conversation

The Western Metropolitan Partnership is undertaking a workshop with health care providers, industry stakeholders and practitioners on 14 October 2019.

Health Focus: Regional Priorities For The West will work with participants to align regional health priorities for the Partnership’s 2019 advice to the Victorian Government.

If you work in the area and are interested in attending, please RSVP on the Eventbrite page and share it with other health practitioners in your network.

If you are unable to attend, please participate in the health survey, which will be used to inform the workshop.

About the Partnership

The Western Metropolitan Partnership is an advisory group established by the Victorian Government.

The Partnership is a way for local communities to engage directly with state and local governments, while also advising the Victorian Government of the top regional priorities.

Advice is developed each year by the partnership for the Victorian Government to assist in key decision-making processes.