Professor Stephen Davis
22 December 2016

Australia’s first ever dedicated stroke ambulance will hit the road in Melbourne next year to provide the quickest possible diagnosis and treatment for patients suffering a life threatening stroke.

The AIMS team (L-R) Elaine Withers, Area Senior Nurse Consultant, Elle Perry,  AIMS Program Manager and Clinical Psychologist, Minister for Mental Health, Martin Foley, and Barbara James,  AIMS Coordinator
14 December 2016

In the health version of the Logies, Melbourne Health took out top honours in two categories at the 2016 Victorian Public Healthcare Awards.

Local Member for Broadmeadows, Frank McGuire, with Melbourne Health’s A/Prof Ruth Vine and Professor Daryl Williams.
14 December 2016

The Broadmeadows Inpatient Unit Intensive Care Unit was officially opened by The Hon. Frank McGuire, Local Member for Broadmeadows earlier this month.

22 November 2016

The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s Emergency Department saw a record number of 335 patients in the last 24 hours, with more than 215 people presenting with thunderstorm asthma.

17 November 2016

A brief animated video with 10 simple steps patients can follow to stay safe during their stay in hospital has taken out the second prize at the Mayo Social Media in Healthcare Short Film Festival

04 November 2016

At Melbourne Health we have made it clear that inappropriate behaviour is not acceptable and will not be tolerated.

27 October 2016

For many people who have survived cancer, it can have a lasting impact on their life. For some, returning to ‘normal life’ post-treatment can be a difficult transition to make.

24 October 2016

Melbourne Health has won the Health category in this year's Premier's Sustainability Awards for the program 'Reducing Waste, One Dialysis Patient at a Time'.

Epilepsy gel
19 October 2016

In a world first, a new cannabis gel currently being trialed at The Royal Melbourne Hospital could be the answer to adult epileptic seizures.

Dr Gareth Goodier
07 October 2016

Chairman of Melbourne Health, Mr Robert Doyle, said today on behalf of the Melbourne Health Board that he was very pleased to support the announcement from Mr Harold Mitchell, Chair of the Premier's Jobs and Investment Panel, on the appointment of Dr Gareth Goodier to the position of Executive Chair of the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct in Parkville.