About

BRHS makes a significant contribution to the East Gippsland community by providing high quality healthcare in a sub-regional setting.

Our guiding vision is to be a respected leader of outstanding healthcare that fulfils the role of improving the health and wellbeing of the East Gippsland community by providing accessible, high quality and sustainable health care.

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BRHS is a proud participant in the Healthy Together Achievement Program, the Program is a Healthy Together Victoria initiative supporting early childhood education and care services, schools and workplaces and workforces to create healthy environments for learning, working and living.
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Our profile on the national My Hospitals website can be accessed here

  1. Campuses

    Day Street (Hospital Campus) – 122 Day Street, Bairnsdale Opened officially as Bairnsdale Hospital in July 1940, our Day Street Campus is home to the

  2. Tenders & Procurement

    From time to time BRHS will release tenders for a range of services.  All tenders will be advertised in appropriate media and listed on this

  3. Strategy 2013 – 2017

    Bairnsdale Regional Health Service operates under a guiding Vision, Role Statement and a set of Strategic Objectives, Organisational Principles and Trademark Behaviours that define our

  4. Feedback

    Your feedback is important to us… Bairnsdale Regional Health Service is committed to providing a consumer focused health service and recognises the value of feedback

  5. Privacy of Information

    Bairnsdale Regional Health Service is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information and we work hard to embed a respect for privacy into

  6. Community Advisory Committee

    Our Community Advisory Committee provide invaluable guidance and input into a range of areas related to our services. They play a crucial role in the

  7. Patient Fees

    Eligible (including Reciprocal Health Care) and Ineligible Patient Fees  Fees for ineligible patients (not covered by Medicare including overseas patients), are set to achieve full