About Murrumbidgee Local Health District
Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) is 125,561 sq/km in area and encompasses 29 Local Government Areas in the central south of NSW: Berrigan, Bland, Boorowa, Carrathool, Conargo, Coolamon, Cootamundra, Corowa, Deniliquin, Greater Hume, Griffith, Gundagai, Harden, Hay, Jerilderie, Junee, Lachlan (part), Leeton, Lockhart, Murray, Murrumbidgee, Narrandera, Temora, Tumbarumba, Tumut, Urana, Wagga Wagga, Wakool and Young and also includes providing services to the Albury City population.
Community Engagement Strategy
Our 2014 Community Engagement Strategy outlines the way we engage with patients, carers and our communities across the Murrumbidgee district. Our goals are to keep our community informed of health service available and interact with our community in a meaningful and appropriate way, engaging consumers to ensure that community needs are represented.
To view the 2014 Community Engagement Strategy click here.
We provide a wide range of inpatient acute and sub-acute services along with a comprehensive span of community based health services. Community based population health, primary and secondary care services include:
- Mental Health and Drug & Alcohol Services
- Child, Youth and Family Services
- Chronic Care, Rehabilitation & Aged Health Services
- Oral Health Services
Help us make our health service better
We value the opinions of local people in helping us to provide a better service to our community. There are many opportunities to contribute to Health Services in your community.
We hold public forums, undertakes surveys, focus groups and interviews and also involves community representatives on working parties to help us plan, design and evaluate our services and facilities.
There are also opportunities to represent and advocate for your local community as a member of your Local Health Advisory Committee. Get involved in one of our surveys or focus groups and provide feedback on how we can improve our service to you.
This web page is managed and authorised by Web Services Development of the NSW Department of Health. Last updated: 5 March, 2012