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The Hon Greg Hunt MP
Minister for Health
The Australian Government will contribute $6.1 million towards the establishment of a world-first residential recovery centre to help children and young people through the trauma of losing a loved one by homicide.
The Liberal National Government will invest $12 million over three years to support the construction of a new Sunshine Coast Health Foundation Accommodation Hub to help families whose loved ones are receiving treatment in hospital.
The Liberal National Government will invest $600,000 to assist Street Doctor, a Logan City medical service provider help further support the homeless, sufferers of domestic violence, the vulnerable and disadvantaged.
The Liberal National Government will invest $32.6 million so breast cancer patients have life-saving scans covered under Medicare, saving patients up to $1,500 per scan.
The Liberal National Government will invest $700,000 to help sick young people and their families living in rural and regional NSW gain greater access to medical services in city centres.
Federal Minister for Health, Greg Hunt said that the Coalition Government was committed to helping deliver health services locally announcing $3.5million in funding towards health projects across the Bass Coast.
A LOCAL mental health support service has received a further boost thanks to the Liberal National Government, Minister for Health Greg Hunt and Riverina MP Michael McCormack announced today.
Australians who are living with, or are at risk of macular disease, the leading cause of vision loss and blindness in older people will soon benefit from a $3 million investment by the Australian Government.
The Liberal National Government will invest $1.5 million in partnership with the Cardinia Shire Council to deliver greater access to better youth mental health services.
The Liberal National Government will invest $600,000 through Pharmaceutical Rehabilitation Services in Beenleigh, to tackle drug and alcohol abuse.
The Federal Liberal National Government is investing $3 million over two years to assist in the development of a residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility in Dubbo.
The Liberal National Government has announced it will invest $50,000 to help transform the children’s ward at Logan Hospital, completing a long overdue makeover of the children’s playroom, teenagers retreat and procedure room.
Albury Wodonga Health’s, Wodonga Hospital Campus, has secured a major funding boost of $14.5 million from the Liberal National Government.
The Liberal National Government is investing $2.5 million to strengthen research and treatment programs at the Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience Thompson Institute.
The Liberal National Government will invest $1.2 million to secure the future sustainability and expand suicide prevention services provided by Richmond Fellowship Queensland throughout North Brisbane.
Studies leading to a better understanding of the 240,000 Australians suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome will now be of greater focus, thanks to a $3 million investment from the Australian Government.
The Liberal National Government will invest $6 million that will enable Cabrini Health to establish a new Institute of Cancer at its Malvern site, allowing researchers and clinicians to work together towards life-saving breakthroughs.
The Liberal National Government is expanding the cancer treatment capacity at the Central Coast Cancer Centre with a $3.8 million investment for a new linear accelerator (LINAC).
The Liberal National Government is investing $5 million for the redevelopment of the renowned Power House building at Albert Park Lake to enhance social cohesion with at risk youth and the disability sector.
The Australian Government will provide over $65 million in competitive research grants to Australia’s best and brightest researchers to unlock the power of personalised medicine through genomics and potentially find cures for cancer, children’s illnesses and diseases with low survival rates.