Nursing and Midwifery

Nursing and Midwifery

Bendigo Health’s vision ‘Excellent Care. Every Person. Every Time’ encapsulates the excellent care we strive to deliver to our community, every time with no exceptions. Our ongoing commitment to achieving our vision is guided by our values ‘Caring, Passionate and Trustworthy’. Our staff are passionate professionals that deliver this service across the entire Loddon Mallee region.

More than 1750 nurses are employed at Bendigo Health in roles that vary from;

  • Specialities such as interventional, maternity, critical care, special care nursery, mental health and  renal.
  • Inpatients being surgical, medical and rehabilitation unit
  • Outpatient inclusive of oncology, specialist clinics, woman’s health.
  • Community services such as HITH, community nursing services and specific maternity and newborn programs.
  • Residential care nursing inclusive of transition care program  and residential in reach.
  • Nursing management.

To support new recruits, we offer graduate specific programs which are designed to guide the development of clinical and professional competence during the transition from student to registered nurse and/or midwife.

The Division of Chief Nursing and Midwifery/ Quality and Patient Information, provides leadership for the nursing workforce throughout Bendigo Health as it is led by our Chief Nurse and Midwifery Officer. Nurses are the largest work group within Bendigo Health and the division has a keen focus on supporting our nursing workforce to feel valued and empowered to provide excellent care. Our aspiration for nurses and midwifes at Bendigo Health is; Always caring, Always achieving.

Quality and Patient Information provides leadership and support for quality improvement, patient safety and experience and health information services across the organisation.  The division, through both Health Information Services and Quality, have key roles in medical record management, clinical documentation, freedom of information, patient safety, quality improvement, risk management, external reporting and compliance requirements. There is a strong strategic and operational focus of promoting quality improvement, and supporting the organisation to review incidents, data and systems to effectively improve patient outcomes and efficiency of the business.

There are many opportunities available within Bendigo Health and I encourage you to take the time to explore them.

David Rosaia
Executive Director Quality & Patient Information/Chief Nursing & Midwifery Officer

Current Vacancies

Bendigo Health is always looking to recruit skilled staff to our ever growing workforce and has a range of employment options available across a number of clinical and non-clinical areas.

Click below to see our current vacancies.

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Location
100 Barnard Street, Bendigo, VIC, 3550

Phone
03 5454 6000

Email
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