Response to COVID-19 Outbreak
To keep all staff, patients, and visitors safe this festive season, the following actions are required:
- Encouraged to be in surgical masks where appropriate and practical.
- Surgical masks are required in MBPH outpatient clinics.
- Please do not visit if you are unwell.
- Surgical masks must be worn upon entry to all clinical areas.
- Masks are not required in non-clinical and public areas of the hospital (such as corridors and the café), but are optional and available should visitors choose to wear them.
- Visitors attending rooms in high-risk clinical areas may be required to wear an N-95 mask and additional PPE, so please follow instructions from Nursing staff regarding any specific requirements.
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MBPH HEARTBEAT SUMMER Edition
Welcome to the Summer edition of HEARTBEAT, a Mildura Base Public Hospital Foundation quarterly publication produced for the community of the Northern Mallee. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we have putting it together.
MBPH Volunteers Needed
At the Mildura Base Public Hospital, we have a wide range of volunteering opportunities.
From talking to patients or helping with events, we work together to create a rewarding volunteering environment.
Register your interest and volunteer with MBPH.
Strategic Plan Feedback
MBPH has just completed a final draft of its first Strategic Plan since returning to public management and we want your input. We need to think beyond five years so we have a long term perspective to help us make the right choices into the future.
Building Strong Partnerships
Months of collaboration has seen Mildura Base Public Hospital (MBPH) unveil what many believe to be the most significant piece of Aboriginal artwork ever seen in a health care facility in Victoria.
In an emergency, please phone Triple Zero (000)
On average, the Emergency Department at Mildura Base Public Hospital treats more than 200 people on any weekday and even more people on weekends and public holidays.
The dashboard below provides real-time information about how busy the Emergency Department is.
This information is also displayed in the Emergency Department waiting room.
For anyone seeking Mental Health support and having no physical health issues,
please contact Mental Health triage on 03 50223500 or
Toll-free on 1300 366 375 and speak with a Mental Health clinician before presenting to the Emergency Department.
This will help provide you with the advice and support you need and may avoid the waiting time in the Emergency Department.
Acknowledgement of Country
Mildura Base Public Hospital would like to acknowledge all the Traditional Owners throughout the Murray Mallee Region and on whose land we work and live as the First People of this Nation.
We also pay respect to all Elders past and present and to honour their culture.