Byford Health Hub - Building healthy communities with healthy people

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The East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) has partnered with the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale to design and deliver a new health hub in Byford.

The idea for the Byford Health Hub was first developed as part of local thinking about how to support the SJ Shire in progressing its vision of Wellbeing and Connected Communities, creating an attractive and vibrant place while helping people make healthier choices and meeting the health and social needs of the community.

The Shire developed early concepts and a Business Case for the Byford Health Hub, which can be viewed in the "Documents" section of this web page.

In February 2021 the State Government made an election commitment to support the delivery of a Byford Health Hub, including $30.6 million to fund the project.

The East Metropolitan Health Service is responsible for coordinating its planning and delivery. EMHS has embraced the opportunity to partner with the Shire to build a healthy community that fosters healthy people.

The Byford Health Hub is in line with recommendations of the Sustainable Health Review (SHR), which sets directions to drive a cultural shift away from acute hospital-based care to prevention and seamless access to services at home and in the community.

The Byford Health Hub is planned to be included on the Shire Civic Reserve, which is part of the Byford Town Centre activation projects, and will provide services for the Serpentine Jarrahdale community.

The East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) has partnered with the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale to design and deliver a new health hub in Byford.

The idea for the Byford Health Hub was first developed as part of local thinking about how to support the SJ Shire in progressing its vision of Wellbeing and Connected Communities, creating an attractive and vibrant place while helping people make healthier choices and meeting the health and social needs of the community.

The Shire developed early concepts and a Business Case for the Byford Health Hub, which can be viewed in the "Documents" section of this web page.

In February 2021 the State Government made an election commitment to support the delivery of a Byford Health Hub, including $30.6 million to fund the project.

The East Metropolitan Health Service is responsible for coordinating its planning and delivery. EMHS has embraced the opportunity to partner with the Shire to build a healthy community that fosters healthy people.

The Byford Health Hub is in line with recommendations of the Sustainable Health Review (SHR), which sets directions to drive a cultural shift away from acute hospital-based care to prevention and seamless access to services at home and in the community.

The Byford Health Hub is planned to be included on the Shire Civic Reserve, which is part of the Byford Town Centre activation projects, and will provide services for the Serpentine Jarrahdale community.

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Page last updated: 13 Jun 2022, 02:28 PM