Cobram District Health acknowledges the valuable contribution consumers can make in improving systems, programs, projects and  delivery of care. There are community representatives on many of our clinical committees and we have a Consumer Advisory Committee that provides a structured partnership between people who use our service and/or carers and the health service.

If you would like to know more or are interested to become a consumer representative please talk to our Community Engagement Officer – Bruce Naylor ph (03) 5871 0777 (opt 6)

There are a number of Advisory and Subcommittees that report to the Board as follows:

  • Finance, Audit and Risk Committee
  • Clinical Governance Committee
  • Consumer Advisory Committee
  • Medication Safety Advisory Committee
  • Credentialing and Privileging Committee
  • Safe Practice and Environment Committee
  • Quality Services Committee
  • Medical Consultative Committee