Child and Adolescent Mental Health and WellbeingSouth West Healthcare CAMHS is a specialist mental health assessment and treatment service for infants, children and young people up to 18 years of age.
Children's WardOur Children's ward is a 10 bed inpatient unit that caters for infants and children up to 18 years old who are unwell and require admission.
Community Health (Camperdown)Camperdown Community Health provide services that improve the health and wellbeing of the community. Our services include child and family health, allied health, chronic disease management, diabetes support, oral health services, social support and prevention programs.
Community Health (Lismore)Lismore Community Health provide services that improve the health and wellbeing of the community. Our services include child and family health, allied health, chronic disease management, diabetes support, social support and prevention programs.
Community Health (Macarthur)Macarthur Community Health Centre provides a range health and community based services to support people in the township of Macarthur and the surrounding district.
Community Health (Warrnambool)The Access and Information team is your first point of contact when accessing Community Health Services.
Continence UrologyThe Continence Urology Service can help people who have urinary and faecal continence issues. We offer assessment, education and management advice on a range of continence issues for children and adults.
Delta Therapy DogsThe Delta Society is an Australian wide Volunteer Pet Therapy Program. Here at South West Healthcare we are privileged to have these generous volunteers visiting our patients with their beautiful, well trained & happy dogs.
DentalSouth West Dental Service is a public dental service located in the South West region of Victoria. The clinic provides quality emergency, general, denture and preventative dental care to all eligible age groups.
Diabetes Clinic (Paediatric)The paediatric diabetic clinic is a multidisciplinary diabetic service open to all paediatric patients in the South West area.
Diabetes EducationThe Diabetes Services team provides education and support for people with diabetes and their families. Our diabetes services team includes diabetes educators, dietitians, a self-management coordinator and allied health assistant.
District NursingProvides a range of nursing care in the community delivered by registered and enrolled nursing staff. Nursing care is available to people of all ages who will benefit from community based care that will support the individual to receive care and remain independent in there own home or other suitable community location.
Families where a Parent has Mental IllnessResearch shows that 23% of Victorian children live in families where at least one parent has a mental illness. A range of complex issues can mean that these families often don’t get the support they need.
Fracture ClinicFracture Clinic allows patients to attend the hospital for specialist orthopaedic review and management of their injuries.
Infant Feeding SupportOur Infant Feeding Support Service is staffed by qualified Lactation Consultants who is also experienced in bottle feeding and all areas of child nutrition.
Infection PreventionThe Infection Prevention Service at South West Healthcare is committed to keeping our patients, staff and visitors safe from infection.
Intensive CareThe Intensive Care Unit has both Intensive Care and High Dependency beds. We have specialised staff and equipment to provide care for patients who have suffered a serious illness or have undergone major surgery. Our priority is to provide the best care for our patients within a supportive and friendly environment for both staff and patients.
Migrant and Refugee SupportSettlement, Engagement & Transition Support (SETS) aims to equip humanitarian entrants and other vulnerable migrants in their first five years in Australia with the knowledge and skills to settle in our region. Clients are given settlement related information advice, advocacy and assistance to access mainstream services that helps them to plan and meet their own needs.
Occupational TherapyOccupational Therapy is a client-centred health profession that promotes health and wellbeing through daily occupations. We aim to enable people to participate in all activities of everyday life that we want, like and need to do. We can help modify an activity or the environment so you are able to continue doing the activity to your best ability.
OrthopaedicsOrthopaedics is the medical specialty that focuses on injuries and diseases of your body's musculoskeletal system. This complex system, which includes your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves, allows you to move, work, and be active.
Paediatric Asthma & Chronic Illness CareInformation, assistance and coordination of care for families of children with asthma or other chronic illness.
Paediatrics and Neonatal MedicineAt Warrnambool Paediatrics, we offer comprehensive care to children and young people from ages 0 to 18 years. Our 5 paediatricians see patients in both the outpatient clinic, and in Warrnambool Base Hospital where we have a 10 bed children’s ward and a 6 bed Special Care Nursery for premature or unwell newborns.
PharmacySouth West Healthcare Pharmacy provides comprehensive medication services to a range of patients and carers as needed for their best care.
PhysiotherapyPhysiotherapists are experts in movement and function. We work with you to achieve as much movement and independence as possible, and assist in improving injuries or conditions which may have been present from birth, as the result of an accident / injury or part of ageing. We work with a variety of different conditions and ages.
Prevention and Recovery Centre (PARC)Ngootyoong Prevention and Recovery Centre (PARC) is a recovery service for the community of Warrnambool and surrounding regions including Glenelg, Southern Grampians, Moyne and most of Corangamite.
Speech PathologySpeech pathologists work with people of all ages who have communication or swallowing difficulties. Speech Pathologists assess and treat people with a range of difficulties. These may include problems with speech, voice, using and understanding language, fluency, reading, writing and swallowing (dysphagia).