Central Highlands Rural Health welcomes people of different sexual orientations and gender identities, who are a significant portion of our population and who have helped shape our local culture.We are an equal opportunity employer, providing an LGBTIQ – inclusive workplace.
Central Highlands Rural Health is committed to providing inclusive care to LGBTIQ people.Central Highlands Rural Health achieved Rainbow Tick accreditation for our Aged Care services in 2016 and for our Hepburn sites in 2019.
Central Highlands Rural Health has an LGBTIQ Advisory Group to guide the organisation in decisions around making our services welcoming and inclusive.
We invite input from LGBTIQ consumers on how we can best meet their needs. If you would like more information about LGBTIQ inclusive services or would like to share your ideas please contact our Director of Quality on 03 5321 6527
LGBTIQ consumers rights and responsibilities
All Central Highlands Rural Health staff aim to ensure access to a safe and inclusive service that promotes health and wellbeing for everyone in our community. LGBTIQ consumers can expect to feel welcome and safe at Central Highlands Rural Health.
If you feel that your rights are not being met, please speak with a staff member or provide anonymous feedback or through hard copy ‘Feedback forms’ located throughout our service.