State Budget 2013-2014
The 2013-14 Budget was handed down by the Treasurer, The Hon Michael O'Brien MP, on Tuesday 7 May 2013.
Victoria’s public health system will receive a record $14.3 billion through the 2013-14 State Budget to treat more patients and manage the increasing pressure on the system.
Minister David Davis said the funding includes $420.7 million over four years to drive elective surgery activity, with $20.8 million over four years to boost organ transplant services.
Additional highlights of the 2013-2014 Budget include:
- $1.2 billion invested in hospital services over four years.
- $629.3 million for new capital projects including the new Bendigo, Monash Children’s and redeveloped Victorian Eye and Ear Hospitals.
- $238 million for training the next generation of doctors, nurses and health professionals.
Health Budget 2013-2014 Media Releases
- Coalition Government invests a record $14 billion in Victoria's health system
- Government launches $22 million investment for heart disease and stroke
- Victoria boosts its investment in the future workforce
- Senior Victorians to win in State Budget
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