Why Choose Eastern Health?

Eastern Health is Victoria’s second largest health service with over 50 sites across 29 different locations serving a population of more than 750,000 people in the Eastern Metropolitan region.

As an Allied Health clinician at Eastern Health you will have the advantage of working in a large network of hospitals with varying settings and a range of patients, interesting case mix and clinical services to support your ongoing professional development.

We deliver clinical services through eight clinical programs:

  • Emergency and General Medicine
  • Women and Children’s Services
  • Specialty Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Continuing Care
  • Mental Health
  • Statewide Services, including Turning Point, Spectrum and Wellington House
  • Ambulatory and Community Services

You will have the opportunity to experience acute, sub-acute, mental health, rural hospital and community settings. Eastern Health has six main inpatient sites:

  • Angliss Hospital
  • Box Hill Hospital
  • Healesville Hospital & Yarra Valley Health
  • Maroondah Hospital
  • Peter James Centre
  • Wantirna Health

Eastern Health also has many community based facilities, including Yarra Ranges Health and community mental health clinics, which provide services close to the communities that we serve.

Eastern Health has an active education and research focus and strong affiliations with some of Australia’s top universities and educational institutions. Allied Health is committed to the provision of high quality, evidence-based care, and has a strong presence in clinical research, winning awards and grants for further research. Click here for more information.

Eastern Health was awarded the Victorian Premier’s Metropolitan Health Service of the year in both 2013 and 2014.