New Healthy Community Access Hub to open in Kyneton
A newly completed $9.7 million multi-purpose hub for health and community services in Kyneton is complete and will shortly open to the public.
The Healthy Community Access Hub provides a purpose-built ‘one‐stop‐shop’, which will bring together a range of services coordinated by Cobaw Community Health Services.
Located next to the Kyneton District Hospital, the hub will offer:
- primary health services
- community health and wellbeing services
- private practitioners and counsellors
- dedicated space for youth and children’s services
- a community kitchen, bathroom and laundry
- flexible meeting spaces
- e-health capabilities.
Designed with input from Macedon Ranges locals, the hub is purpose-built for the needs of the community.
The hub will feature some of the latest advances in e-health technology, making it easier for clients to manage bookings and access care.
The facility was made possible by the Regional Health Infrastructure Fund. The $350 million fund is the largest grant program of its kind in Victorian history. The funding enables rural and regional public health services to continue to provide safe and efficient care to local communities.
Learn more about the Cobaw Community Health Services – Health Community Access Hub via our dedicated project page.
Text on screen: Construction of Cobaw’s Health Community Access Hub building is now complete
Images: Aerial footage taken by drone of the new facility and surrounding town
Text on screen: The health and wellbeing hub in Kyneton will bring together primary care, community health and wellbeing services, counsellors and private practitioners
Images: Video footage of the exterior of the building, which is low and flat, with wave patterns in the brickwork on the façade that represent the landscape of the Macedon Ranges.
Text on screen: The facility includes 13 consulting rooms for allied health, paediatric and family services, dedicated space for youth and children’s services, community kitchen, bathroom and laundry, new work and meeting spaces
Images: Interior video shows the consulting area, individual consulting rooms, a new kitchen, large laundry, a community bathroom, new workspaces and large meeting/training space.
Text on screen: The $9.77 million project was funded through the Victorian Government’s Regional Health Infrastructure Fund
Images: A final shot of the exterior of the building – the sun is poking over the roof and the countryside is reflected in the large windows that run the width of the building.
Text on screen: … delivering better community health services for people in central Victoria.
Images: The closing slide is the Victorian Health and Human Services Building Authority logo, the web address vhhsba.vic.gov.au and the Victoria State Government logo.
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Last updated: 18 May 2020
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