Victoria Primary Health Networks

There are 6 Primary Health Network (PHN) regions in Victoria. Read more about them, including where they are, demographic information, and links to each of their websites.

Victoria PHN regions

Eastern Melbourne

The Eastern Melbourne PHN area has a population of about 1.5 million people. It covers Lalor to Kew to Rowville then to Warburton East and north-west to Wandong.

Read more about Eastern Melbourne PHN.

Gippsland

The Gippsland PHN area has a population of about 275,000. It covers Cowes and Loch to Omeo and Mallacoota.

Read more about Gippsland PHN.

Murray

The Murray PHN area has a population of about 603,000 people. It covers Mildura and Murrayville to Marysville and Corryong.

Read more about Murray PHN.

North Western Melbourne

The North Western Melbourne PHN area has a population of about 1.7 million people. It covers Melbourne city and Preston to Lancefield, then south to Bacchus Marsh and Little River.

Read more about North Western Melbourne PHN.

South Eastern Melbourne

The South Eastern Melbourne PHN area has a population of about 1.5 million people. It covers Bunyip and Lang Lang to Portsea, then north to St Kilda and east to Gembrook.

Read more about South Eastern Melbourne PHN.

Western Victoria

The Western Victoria PHN area has a population of about 629,000 people. It covers Geelong to Dartmoor, then up the South Australian border and east to Patchewollock.

Read more about Western Victoria PHN.

Resources

Victoria Primary Health Networks (PHN) resource collection

This collection contains a demographics fact sheet and various maps for each Primary Health Network (PHN) in Victoria.

Last updated: 
2 September 2021

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