Monash Health and Cardinia Shire Council have built an integrated health centre in Pakenham. The Pakenham Health Centre has been designed to meet the existing and future health needs of Melbourne’s rapidly growing South East Growth Corridor.
The Pakenham Health Centre provides innovative, contemporary and patient centred care for people of all ages. This $6.2 million project was funded by the Victorian Government. $5.2 million by the Department of Health and $1 million by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.
The Pakenham Health Centre is managed by Monash Health. Services are provided by Monash Health, Monash Health Community, Cardinia Shire Council and other complementary service providers.
Monash Health Community Services:
- Child and Family Services (including specialist paediatric services)
- Specialist Clinics
- Aged and Community Care
- Integrated Community Health
- Community Rehabilitation
- Health Promotion
- Casey Adult Mental Health Services
- Pregnancy Care Clinics
- South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault
- Dental Service – Children
- Maternal and Child Health Nurses
- Immunisation Team
The Pakenham Health Centre is located at the former Council building at Henty Way, Pakenham.