Exceptional rural healthcare
Care tailored to people’s needs
Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) spans 125,243 square kilometres across southern New South Wales, stretching from the Snowy Mountains in the east to the plains of Hillston in the northwest and all the way along the Victorian border.
As the largest employer in the region, with over 5,000 healthcare staff working across 33 hospitals and 12 primary health care centres, we are supported by hundreds of volunteers who make an invaluable contribution to enriching the lives of people in our care.
Our services are provided through:
- 1 Rural Referral Hospital
- 1 Base Hospital
- 8 District Hospitals
- 5 Community Hospitals
- 16 Multipurpose Services
- 2 Mercy Care Public Hospitals
- 12 Community Health posts
- 1 Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service
- Mental Health Services, including an Inpatient Unit and Mental Health Recovery Services.
The communities we support are diverse, with approximately 243,228 people in communities large and small across the region. We strive to support people to live the healthiest lives possible and to provide services as close to home as possible. Our aim is to provide excellence in all elements of health care and superior service to all of those we serve. Our values of collaboration, openness and respect, empowers us to embrace cultural diversity and to treat all people with dignity and compassion.
We will become known as the best place to work, lead, practise, volunteer, teach, learn and grow. Our four key priorities are:
- Holistic health and wellbeing
- Lifting health outcomes
- Locally led reform
- Workforce at its best