Maternity Services

Maternity Services Kyneton Health moved to a level 1 maternity service in October 2019. As a Level 1 service, our staff cannot support labour and birth in Kyneton, but we can manage and care for you whilst we arrange referral and transfer to an appropriate level of care. We are able to offer or help […]

Allied Health

Allied health and therapy services funded through Australian Government Department of Health Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) Allied health and therapy services focus on restoring, improving, or maintaining older people’s independent functioning and wellbeing. This is done through providing a range of clinical interventions, expertise, care and treatment, education including techniques for self-management, technologies including […]

In Home Services

Supporting your independence….Living better in your own home. We offer support for you to stay independent and safe in your own home. We offer an extensive range of home care services to suit you. From community nursing to delivered meals, transition care to transport help and social support. As a registered Home Care Package provider, we offer exceptional […]

Meals on Wheels

Delivered Meals, along with other Home and Community Care services, aim to assist the elderly and those with disabilities to remain living independently for as long as possible. People may not be able to cook for themselves for a variety of reasons. Sometimes the service is received for a short time, such as after a […]


Central Highlands Rural Health are an NDIS provider.  Clients can contact the Access Worker for more information. Need Help at Home Are you under 65 years of age and not eligible for the NDIS? Do you find it difficult to manage everyday tasks due to a physical or mental health issue? You may be eligible […]

Transition Care Program

What is Transition Care? The Transition Care Program helps people over 65 years plan their care after an extended hospital stay. This short term care is up to 12 weeks (but generally 5 – 8 weeks) and includes case management, nursing, personal care, allied health and social work while a long-term plan is finalised. The […]

Social Support Groups

What is Social Support? It is a chance for older people (65 or over or 50 and over for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people), with various abilities and to their unpaid carers to get out and be with other older people living in the community. It promotes participation in social activities with others. It includes activities […]

Home Care Packages

Home Care Packages provide long-term support for older people who want to stay living in their home. Central Highlands Rural Health provides a level of care management and service coordination that suits you. We also charge a set fee for Package Management depending upon your package level. The current costs for care management and program […]

Post Acute Care

The Post-Acute Care (PAC) program aims to facilitate a safe and timely discharge from hospital. The person returns home with an appropriate package of community-based support. They are also linked with long-term support in the community if required. If you have been discharged from a public hospital (including emergency departments, acute and sub-acute services) with […]

District Nursing

In addition to quality hospital facilities, the Central Highlands Community Nursing team gets on the road right across the Macedon Ranges and Hepburn Shires, to deliver thousands of home visits each year. Our friendly professionals deliver expertise, equipment and empathy to support you to remain independent in your own home. Because we’re local hospitals and […]