Maldon Hospital provides a range of services including:
- Aged Care
- Acute Services
- Community Services Hub
- District Nursing
- Social Support
- Health Promotion
- Dr Fowler (private practice hosted by Maldon Hospital)
- Dorevitch (private practice hosted by Maldon Hospital)
Community Services Hub
A new Community Services Hub is open at Maldon Hospital. The Hub offers a range of new community health services direct to the Maldon community.
Services currently available from the Maldon Hub include:
- diabetes education
- counselling for adults and children, as well as alcohol and drug counselling
- speech pathology.
Do you live in Maldon but use these services in Castlemaine? Have a chat with your practitioner about moving your appointments to Maldon.
Call us on 5471 3575 to find out how we can help you.
Maternity services are available through Castlemaine Health.
Castlemaine Health Maternity Services offers local pregnancy, labour and birth and early parenting care for healthy women with normal pregnancies. They also work with Bendigo Health, the regional health service, to support local women and babies who need more specialist care.
Castlemaine Health’s team of four midwives offer Midwifery Group Practice or caseload midwifery care. One midwife will care for you throughout your pregnancy, labour and birth and early parenting. The Midwifery Group Practice midwives will be on-call 24 hours a day for your labour and birth, and to help you with urgent concerns.
Midwives work closely with a team of local GP obstetricians who provide on-call care 24/7 if required, and the regional health service, Bendigo Health.
Shared care, where you have some of your pregnancy care visits with your midwife and some with your GP, is also available. Your GP will need to be a Castlemaine Health accredited GP.
To find out more visit www.castlemainehealth.org.au/maternity
After hours access room is now available two doors to the left of the main entrance. If you attend the hospital please speak into the phone to the nurse and ensure they are aware you are waiting at the front door.
- The name of the mixed ward: Acute/Aged Care
- The total number of occupied beds in the mixed ward: 20 (4 acute, 16 Aged Care)
- The different ratios that apply to each:
|AM||1:6||1:7||2 RN plus additional nurse|
|PM||1:7||1:8||2 RN plus additional nurse|
|Night||1:10||1:15||2 RN plus additional nurse|
- The expected number of occupied beds in each portion of the ward during the following 6-month period: 20
- Reviewed 18 November 2022