Helping Victorians stay healthy and safe.
To bridge the gap in women's healthcare, the Department of Health is leading the delivery of a program of work to change the way women’s health issues are treated.
We help Victorians to stay healthy and safe, and deliver a world-class healthcare system that leads to better health outcomes for all Victorians.
Our strategic directions state what we are doing to support Victorians to be the healthiest people in the world.
Our grants and programs support health sector organisations and individuals.
Community transmission is slowing in Victoria, but COVID continues to be part of our lives. See the Better Health Channel to find out about the 6 steps to protect yourself and those most at risk.
Find healthcare jobs in Victoria, Australia. Including nursing, mental health, midwifery and other medical professional careers. Considering relocating to Australia? Find out more.
Broken bone, ankle sprain, cut or burn that needs treatment? If you need treatment or care today but it’s not life-threatening, help is available.
Our workforce, our future, a new capability framework for Victoria’s mental health and wellbeing workforce, is now available.
The Victorian Take-Home Naloxone Program allows approved workers in approved organisations to supply naloxone at no cost.
Victoria's affordable and accessible public fertility care services, marking one year of success.
Explore our policies, standards and guidelines.
Explore our research and reports.
Find various forms and templates.
Access to information relevant to allied health workers, including workforce, accreditation, clinical practice and community programs.
Information relevant to business operators, such as food and services, water, pesticides, radiation, cemeteries and crematoria.
Find information about oral health promotion, regulation and accreditation, dental health programs, workforce, services and community information.
A quick reference page for environmental health professionals that includes all the information environmental health officers need for their day-to-day work.
Information for general practitioners including clinical practice, maternal and child health, immunisation, infectious diseases, drugs and poisons, mental health, aged care and hospitals.
Information for hospital workers, including funding and performance, registration and accreditation, data, reporting and analytics, drugs and poisons, and Blood Matters.
Access information for nurses including, study programs, grants, registration, immunisation and employment.
Access information for pharmacists, including prescriptions, forms and applications, and health workforce.
Reviewed 19 February 2024