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Bass Coast Community Health Service

Bass Coast Community Health Service’s (BCCHS) mission is to provide quality, accessible, responsive, community health/primary care services to our community.

We focus on promoting health and assisting prevention of illness for individuals with a range of health care needs. To achieve this we strongly emphasise prevention, early intervention, rehabilitation and education, in addition to direct care

Services and Support Groups

Can I access these services?

All community members of Bass Coast Shire can access our services.

How much will I need to pay?

Fees vary according to income and each individual's ability to pay. Some funded services are free of charge. If any fees are payable they will be confirmed prior to your first appointment. Please refer to our current fees schedule

As Strong as Ever ...

BCCHS was established in 1975 to provide community health care to Bass Coast Shire residents; here we are 35 years on and still operating.

Our aim continues to have the person as our primary focus, and our vision is for all Bass Coast community members to achieve better health outcomes through affordable, accessible, preventative and acute quality care.

News - Rooms for Hire

Bass Coast Community Health Service (BCCHS) are able to offer therapy/treatment rooms for hire to visiting qualified health professionals. Rooms can be hired on either a short term or regular arrangement. Corporate/admin support can also be negotiated.

Offices are located in San Remo, Wonthaggi & Cowes, all are within close proximity to the regions spectacular coastline, shopping precincts, stunning nature parks, surf beaches and walking tracks. Come and join us in our vision to provide quality accessible and affordable health services to the Bass Coast Community. For further information on room availability at any locations please contact the Corporate coordinator on (03) 5671 9200 or via email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it "> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

 

Whats Happening ?

bcchs Ophelia group photo2OPHELIA - an exciting new project aimed at improving a person's ability to seek, understand and use health information and healthcare services. Bass Coast Community Health is one of eight Victorian health service providers participating in the Ophelia (Optimising HEalth LiterAcy) project in collaboration with Deakin and Monash Universities and the Victorian Department of Health. The project will assist with the development of a Health Literacy Response Framework to guide health services response to the health literacy needs of their community.

Paul Greenhalgh pictured second from the left, the Ophelia Project Coordinator at BCCH said "Clients living with chronic disease require navigation through a maze of health information and health care services. I anticipate that Bass Coast Community Health will gain the knowledge, skills and competencies required to build capacity to improve the delivery of our services to meet the different health literacy needs of our community". Pictured with Paul to his left is Professor Richard Osborne, Deakin University; Alyce Cuman, Bass Coast Community Health; Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane den Hollander, Deakin University; and John Shaw, Bass Coast Community Health President photo taken by Simon Fox Photography

bcchs Ophelia AlyceThe project has a particular focus on people with chronic illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease, arthritis and mental health concerns.
Ophelia was launched on Friday 9 August 2013 by the Minister for Health: David Davis. Staff from Bass Coast Community Health attended the launch and was given the opportunity to show case their involvement in the project.

For further information about the Ophelia project visit OPHELIA on the Deakin Website, watch this great VIDEO or contact Paul Greenhalgh on 5671 9200.

The Ophelia Brochure is available here

 

The Mens Shed

San Remo Men's Shack!

The Shack is part of the Mens Shed Program that is a movement across Australia providing particular support to men's health and wellness in a familiar environment. For more information please phone the Men's Shed Coordinator (03)5671 9200.

The vision is to:

  • Ease the transition of men from full-time employment to other activities in retirement;
  • Establish a place for men that enabled social interaction and activities to maintain the health and well-being of those men;
  • Provide support to men in need of help arising from mental illness or other  debilitating illnesses;
  • Build a culture in the sheds where all men are welcome and where mutual respect and trust are paramount;
  • Provide an additional link between the primary health network and the many men who have no regular contact with that network;
  • Become a focal point in the community for the identification of men's health issues and actions to resolve those issues.
 

News - San Remo Community Wood Fired Oven

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BCCHS have developed a partnership with the San Remo Foreshore Committee in a new innovative initiative

The San Remo Community Wood Fired Oven. Click here for the press release.

The San Remo Community Wood Fired Oven is available to hire for your next function find out how you can impress your guests and hold a function no one has before 

Read more: News - San Remo Community Wood Fired Oven

   

News - Womens Health Alert!

Did you know?

  1. The Biggest risk factor in cervical cancer is not being screened every two years.
  2. Three out of four women who develop cervical cancer have either never had a Pap test or havent had one in the past 5 years!!!
  3. The good news is Bass Coast Community Health Service (BCCHS) are now offering Pap test appointments within your local area.

Read more: News - Womens Health Alert!

   

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Interpreter Services

Interpreter ServicesFor immediate interpreting contact Translating and Interpreter service (TIS)
131 450
or you can ring Bass Coast Community Health directly
(03) 5671 9200 and explain you would like to use an interpreter

Emergency Relief Assistance

BCCHS is funded for Emergency Relief assistance for community members in relation to:

  • food
  • petrol
  • Telstra assistance.

Phone: 5671 9200 to arrange an appointment.

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