Voluntary Amalgamation of Community Health Services

2 March, 2022

Connect Health & Community, Central Bayside Community Health Services and Star Health propose to combine their services through a voluntarily amalgamation (VA), a decision that will see locals benefit from more integrated health and wellbeing outcomes, and broader service delivery. 

The proposed VA is based on a collective desire to improve service delivery, and by extension the health, wellbeing, and support for the broader community; create more opportunities for our staff and have a greater ability to achieve a positive social impact.

Find out more about the voluntary amalgamation here  NewCo VA (voluntaryamalgamation.com.au)


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