How DPV Health can help you
DPV Health is a not-for-profit organisation that offers exceptional health care services to people of all ages.
DPV Health is an inclusive organisation that celebrates the diversity of all people within our communities. We are passionate about helping to support people to lead happy healthy lives. We are dedicated to working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, disability, LGBTIQ, and newly arrived communities.
Operating across five local Government areas (LGAs): Whittlesea, Hume, Mitchell, Melton and Banyule.
Our aim is to offer quality healthcare to our diverse and ever growing communities. With over 40 different services and programs from our 16 sites.
DPV Health deliver a wide variety of clinical, health support and community services that focus on treatment, prevention and integrated health promotion. These include medical, dental, mental health, physical health, NDIS & disability, 65+ health and child & youth. We also deliver a wide range of community support programs such as Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander health, Refugee & Asylum Seeker health, homelessness services, community asthma programs and more.
World Oral Health Day
This World Oral Health Day, let’s take a look at some diet and hygiene practices that will help keep your mouth and body healthy and safe.
Harmony Art Workshops
Contribute to one of the most spectacular artworks ever made in Broadmeadows! DPV Health, in partnership with Hume City Council, invites you to participate in the Harmony Art workshops at the Harmony Week Event at Broadmeadows Town Hall.
You Are Who You Say You Are - LGBTIQ Forum
This International Transgender Day of Visibility, March 31st, DPV Health and City of Whittlesea are hosting a forum for our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) community and allies. Learn about a recent needs analysis completed with our local LGBTIQ community and how we can work together to improve community wellbeing.
The Bone Bus
Know how healthy your bones are. Get your bone density checked with a mobile bone densitometry service providing accurate, reliable, and precise bone mineral density measurement for people aged 70 and over. The mobile Bone Bus will be available at both DPV Health Medical Centres: Broadmeadows - 12th April until 15th April 2021 and Mill Park - 14th April until 15th April 2021.
6 back-to-school health tips
With the start of a new school year you want to ensure that your children stay healthy to perform their best and thrive. Check out these 6 back-to-school health tips on what you can do to make this school year the best one yet.
Could I have iron deficiency? Causes, symptoms and treatments.
Do you often feel tired, breathless, or weak? It could be a sign of iron deficiency. Read our latest blog to find out about causes, symptoms, treatments and useful tips.
Why do I need a professional skin check?
Read our latest blog on the importance of getting a regular professional skin check and the signs to look out for.
Fit in 30
Short videos and interactive resources to inform and inspire the community to adopt a more physically active lifestyle.
Transition Resource Project
Resources on how to provide nutritious, cost-effective lunches, encourage physical activity and oral hygiene in children.
Symptom & Risk Checker
Online risk & symptom checker tool to help you find out if you need to seek medical help.
Covid-19 Vaccine Information
Stay up to date with the latest information on the Covid-19 vaccination.
Up to date information and resources on COVID-19 and how to protect yourselves.
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