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Staff programs and benefits

Latrobe Regional Hospital offers a range of services to support and assist staff during their employment.

You can also learn more about the region and what it has to offer by visiting http://www.latrobe.vic.gov.au/Home

 

Salary Packaging

As a public hospital, LRH is able to offer salary packaging options for you to make the most of your income.

 

Uniforms

The hospital supplies staff uniforms and identification which are required to be worn by all staff members.

 

Employee Assistance Program

A free, confidential professional counselling service to assist staff members to deal with work and life issues. The Program can be used by Latrobe Regional Hospital staff members to assist them in resolving marital and relationship problems; work performance issues; alcohol, drug or gambling issues; child and family concerns; personal career direction; stress and pressure; financial and legal problems; anxiety and depression; conflict at work; and, personal trauma and grief.

 

Staff Development Unit

Our Staff Development Unit delivers professional development for all staff and promotes best practice. The unit’s specialist staff develop education programs, facilitate programs conducted by external organisations and promote internal and external professional development opportunities. The unit also administers traineeships for clinical and non-clinical staff.

 

Employee Services Unit

Staff in Latrobe Regional Hospital’s Employee Services Unit are available for advice and assistance.

 

Peer Support Program

Provides prompt one-on-one contact when required by the staff member and all peer support exchanges are strictly confidential.

 

Social Club

Our active Social Club organises events, outings and subsidised activities. Membership is voluntary and provides an opportunity for staff members to get to know each other.

 

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Our Tax Giving appeal is underway!

Help us to purchase a surgical retractor system for our busy operating theatres.

Handheld retractors are currently used to keep an incision open or hold back tissue or organs. A surgical retractor system however is mounted to the operating table, freeing up our team to continue operating on a patient safely and quickly.

You can make a difference to the lives of people in our community. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible. Click on the Make A Donation link or contact LRH Fundraising on 5173 8577. Thank you for your support!

Latrobe Regional Hospital

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Quick Contact Details

For Emergencies Call: 000
Ambulance / Fire / Police

General enquiries
For general enquiries to Latrobe Regional Hospital
Telephone: 03 5173 8000 - Fax: 03 5173 8444
Email: enquiries@lrh.com.au

Feedback about our service
Share your experience of our health service by downloading a feedback form here
Email: feedback@lrh.com.au

Emergency Department
For calls to Latrobe Regional Hospital’s 
Emergency Department Telephone: 03 5173 8222
For emergency assistance telephone 000

Mental Health Triage
Single point of entry for referral to Latrobe Regional Hospital
Mental Health Service Telephone: 1300 363 322
For emergency assistance telephone 000. Learn more

Address
10 Village Avenue, Traralgon West, Victoria, 3844
PO Box 424, Traralgon, Victoria,3844
ABN: 18 128 843 652

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Department of Health and Human Services

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Latrobe Regional Hospital is located on the traditional land of the Gunaikurnai people. We pay our respect to the land this organisation stands on today. We bestow the same courtesy to all other First Peoples, past and present, who now reside in this region.

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