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Community and Consumer Reference Pool

Are you a user of health services? Do you have a health condition? Are you a carer? Would you like to help us improve local health services?

We invite you to apply to join our new Community and Consumer Reference Pool. You’ll give feedback on our plans and activities across areas such as mental health, chronic conditions and aged care.


What would I have to do?

We’d ask you to join in with group discussions. There are no standard meetings or commitments: you decide how often you want to take part. You’ll tell us what areas you are interested in, and we’ll let you know when we are discussing that topic. If you are busy that time, there will be others in the Pool for us to ask.

Some sessions will be during the day, some will be early e.g. breakfast meeting, or early evening. Locations will be across southeast Melbourne, often at our offices at Heatherton, Dandenong or Mornington.

You can also help us from home by giving feedback on written consumer information by email.

People whose first language is not English, or who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, are encouraged to apply.


How do I apply?

Fill out the form which you can find here.


Community Council

If you’d like to provide advice or expertise on a more formal basis, look at the Councils section of this site.


Consultations now open

There are no consultations currently open.

Visit our events page to see if there are any community consultations happening now.


Have a say

We are interested to know what is important to you for accessing health care services. Please complete this survey.

If you are a health professional and wish to contribute to the next Needs Assessment, we invite you to complete this survey.



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