The Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) works with other healthcare organisations at all levels of the health system to meet the health and wellbeing needs of our growing and diverse community.
This communal approach make sure our community can access the care they need when they need it from the appropriate healthcare teams.
The RMH also works with other health organisations and representative groups to ensure our health services are accessible and inclusive for everyone in our diverse community.
The RMH partners with BreastScreen Victoria for more than to provide the North Western BreastScreen service, which provides free mammographic screening to women aged 40 years and over without breast symptoms or breast problems.
Visit BreastScreen for more information about this service.
The RMH has worked with cohealth on several initiatives, including the West Metro COVID-Positive Pathway and Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP).
Visit Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP) for more information about this service.
Local health service provider Merri Health is another partner in HARP, and also works with the RMH to provide other community health services such as the Back Assessment Clinic.
Visit Back Assessment Clinic for more information about this service.
Bolton Clarke is also a partner in the HARP service.
Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO)
VACCHO is a funding partner for the RMH’s First Nations Dermatology service, which provides culturally-safe care for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples and removes barriers to access dermatology services in regional and rural Victoria.
Visit First Nations Dermatology for more information about this service.
Western & Central Melbourne Integrated Cancer Service (WCMICS)
WCMICS works collaboratively with its partner health services - including the RMH - to promote coordinated service planning, system integration and drive quality and improvement of cancer services across the western and central Melbourne region.