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Acquired Brain Injury National Conference August 11 and 12, 2014

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Community and Aged Care

Provides a range of services to support people to return home or stay at home and assist with long term arrangements if needed.

Click here to visit our Community and Aged Care section for more information

Specialist Clinics (Outpatients)

Is the referral centre for patients seeking consultation for elective and non-emergency treatment at Bendigo Health’s hospital campus as a public patient.

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Health Professionals

Information, phone numbers, links to referrals and any other information needed by our health professionals.

Click here to visit our Health Professionals section for more information

Having a Baby?

More than 1100 babies are born at Bendigo Health every year and our dedicated team of staff are here to guide you the whole way.

Click here to visit our Maternity and Women's Health section for more information

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Bendigo Health News

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​Bendigo Health will send two of its midwives to India as a result of fundraising efforts from the HealthBank Cricket Challenge held in March this year

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In August 2014, the Loddon Mallee Acquired Brain Injury Network (LMABIN) in collaboration with Brain Injury Australia, Bendigo Health, major sponsors and the City of Greater Bendigo, chose Bendigo All Seasons Hotel to stage its national Conference.

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Hear the story of a person living with hepatitis on July 29.

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Neil Bettie from Boort shares his Dry July Challenge story.

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Bendigo Health is proud to be the first workplace in the greater Bendigo region to be awarded recognition level 1 of the Healthy Together Victoria program.

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Being a part of Men's Health Week is one of the best ways to recognise and raise awareness of men’s health issues that affect hundreds of Australian men each year.

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Give Me Five For Kids’ is a national fundraiser which runs for the entire month of June.

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Building a bigger and better hospital in Bendigo.

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Creek Street Christian College students have been visiting Bendigo Health’s Golden Oaks Nursing Home residents on a weekly basis as part of their ‘Serving the Community’ program.

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Bendigo Health Foundation

Bendigo Health has been fundraising since the early 1800s. 

The Bendigo Health Foundation team, with volunteer support, is responsible for all fundraising for the organisation. 

Every donation, large or small, is an investment in the health and wellbeing or our community.

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Workplace Giving is a simple and effective process of making regular donations towards the Bendigo Health Foundation through your payroll system. 

By contributing to a workplace giving pre-tax program, the member receives the benefit of an immediate tax deduction from their wage. 

The donation helps improve services to our patients, whilst at the same time gives discounts to donors from local business.

The 2014 Bendigo Bank Fun Run is on Sunday 2 November showcasing an inner city course and highlighting the CBD's majestic and stunning gold era architecture. This year all funds raised will go to the Renal Dialysis service at Bendigo Health.

Visit www.bendigobankfunrun.com.au for more information and to register!

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