Our people – a workforce of more than 11,000 – embody who we are and what we stand for. At the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH), we have a range of initiatives to support employees in their work, as well as to recognise the achievements and contributions of individuals and teams.
Salary packaging is an Australian Taxation Office approved means of restructuring your income to reduce your taxable income. All employees are eligible for the scheme.
Reward and recognition programs
The annual Celebrating Excellence Awards is just one recognition program we use to support and promote the endeavours of individuals and teams in improving workplace practices and enhancing outcomes for patients.
Health and wellbeing
For all employees, we deliver on a comprehensive health and wellbeing strategy and action plan to support healthy lifestyle choices. Employees have access to monthly health and wellbeing seminars, expos, an Employee Assistance Program, Peer Support Program, a staff gym and the Parkville Precinct Health Service. A wide range of initiatives and employee benefits are available. An annual vaccination program also takes place.
Our employees can access a staff gym at the RMH Parkville. The EFM Health Club provide a service between a commercial gym and a personal trainer. Under the guidance of experienced trainers, employees can achieve their health and fitness goals
Parkville Precinct Health Service
The staff health service provides health and medical advice to staff, including management of primary medical conditions, routine vaccination programs, counselling, men’s and women's health issues, health checks, overseas travel advice and health education programs. The service is staffed by general practitioners and operates within the relationship of doctor-patient confidentiality.
The RMH offers discounted parking for staff who drive to work. Find out more about parking at the RMH Parkville and parking at the RMH Royal Park.
Peer Support Program
We provide a Peer Support Program for employees to access 9am to 9pm, 7 days a week.
The Peer Support Program is an initiative for employees and volunteers which provides formal and accessible support and guidance from trained co-workers who volunteer their time. It is a contact, support and referral service with an emphasis on brief, practical interventions to assist employees to gain clarity around personal or work-related issues.
Trained co-workers (Peers) undergo a comprehensive intake and receive training and development in addition to ongoing support to ensure a high quality service is provided to employees.
Employee Assistance Program
Our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is provided by our external provider Converge. Employees can access this confidentially at any time.
An Employee Assistance Program is a free independent, confidential, short-term solution-focused counselling and coaching service for personal and work related issues.
The EAP is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Employees can speak to an on-call counsellor over the phone after hours or call to make an appointment to see a counsellor face-to-face within business hours.
300 Grattan St, Parkville, Victoria