About our organisation

On 1 April, 2022, Campaspe Primary Care Partnership became Campaspe Prevention & Population Health, transitioning to join the Loddon Mallee Public Health Unit (LPHU) and forge a strong future as part of the Loddon Mallee Health Network. The LPHU is managed by Bendigo Health as lead member of the Network.
The change was in line with a Victorian Department of Health intention to support, strengthen and grow the contemporary public health system and improve public health outcomes for local communities by consolidating skills, knowledge and governance across a catchment area and formalise partnerships within the local area.
Fellow Primary Care Partnerships in the Southern Mallee, Bendigo Loddon and Central Victorian regions have also come together as a part of the transition to the Loddon Mallee Public Health Unit.
While the Campaspe Primary Care Partnership as an entity no longer exists, our key staff and their vital role at the community coalface in the prevention and public health space will continue and be strengthened by the integration with other regional public health functions.

For further information, please contact Campaspe PPH on cpph.admin@bendigohealth.org.au or call 54 84 4485 (8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday - Thursday).

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Snapshot of Achievements 2019-t

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Strategic Plan

Campaspe PCP has a shared commitment to addressing health inequities and social determinants of health through the key domains of partnership work.

These include:

  • Partnering across sectors involving collaborative planning processes
  • Integrating approaches to health promotion and prevention initiatives that enable healthy communities
  • Early intervention and integrated care by ensuring better coordination and integration of the service system to improve the consumer journey

Campaspe PCP Strategic directions 2017-2021
Campaspe PCP_Strategic Plan 2017-2021 (updated 2018)

Catchment Plans

The Campaspe PCP currently has a four year catchment wide plan for partnership activities.
Priorities for the four year plan include;

Equity, Access and Service Integration

  • Health equity - strengthening service provider knowledge, skills and resources related to vulnerable and disadvantaged groups
  • Access - better Access for people to navigate and be supported to the appropriate services with a focus on vulnerable and disadvantaged populations
  • Service Integration - facilitate how various parts of the system integrate with each other in the context of current and future health and social reforms

Prevention and Health Promotion

Prevention and Health Promotion funded organisations, and Campaspe Shire Council will work with local partners to align activities for collective impact across Campaspe.

  • Healthy eating active living (to support prevention of obesity, diabetes and cancer)
  • Prevention of family violence through gender equity
  • Reducing harm from alcohol and other drugs, and
  • Mental health


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