Ballarat Community Health exists to:
- Promote health and wellbeing in the community
- Provide quality and affordable health care
That the people of the communities we serve achieve the best possible health and wellbeing.
In partnership with the community, to create opportunities and supportive environments which empower people to develop healthy lifestyles and prevent or manage illness.
Respect - Integrity - Responsibility - Optimism - Courage - Resilience
Ballarat Community Health (BCH) is a public company limited by guarantee, registered under the Corporations Act 2001 and complies with all relevant legislation including the the Health Records Act 2001, Australian Privacy Principals and the Fair Work Act 2009.
Community Health in Ballarat is provided across four sites including Sebastopol, Lucas, Smythesdale and Wendouree. Outreach services and clinics are also provided at a range of locations throughout the Central Highlands. The primary emphasis in all service delivery is health promotion and illness prevention.
Ballarat Community Health strives for high quality, flexible and responsive service delivery and health promotion through a focus on service monitoring, review and evaluation. Ballarat Community Health is accredited through QIP and is pleased and proud to have achieved a further 3-year accreditation for the services provided to our community.
Ballarat Community Health Doctors Clinics are accredited with Australian General Practice Accreditation Limited (AGPAL).