Regional Health Infrastructure Fund
The Regional Health Infrastructure Fund provides upgrades for rural and regional public health services so that all Victorians have access to the quality health care and facilities they need, no matter where they live.
Established in 2016, the fund provides grants to eligible public health services to expand capacity, improve safety, quality and efficiency and deliver better care to patients.
The 2019-20 Victorian State Budget added an extra $100m in funding, taking the total value of the Regional Health Infrastructure Fund to $350 million. This year’s funding also includes $10 million for eligible public sector residential aged care services.
Applications for round 4 of the Regional Health Infrastructure Fund opened on Friday 1 November and close on Monday 16 December 2019.
Grants are available to all eligible Victorian regional public health services, local and small rural health services, public residential aged care services, registered community health services, bush nursing hospitals and centres, women’s health services and Aboriginal community-run health organisations.
How to apply
Round 4 applications for the Regional Health Infrastructure Fund opened on Friday 1 November and close on Monday 16 December 2019.
Applications are limited to two submissions per agency and must be lodged through the Smartygrants website:
Regional Health Infrastructure Fund (for public health providers)
Aged Care Regional Health Infrastructure Fund (for public sector residential aged care services)
View further information including guidelines and service eligibility criteria via the health.vic.gov.au website.
Information on how to apply can be found on the Smartgrants website.
- $200M FUND ESTABLISHED
- EXTRA $50M ALLOCATED
- EXTRA $100M ALLOCATED
- ROUND 4NOW OPEN
- ROUND 3112 PROJECTS FUNDED
- ROUND 2112 PROJECTS FUNDED
- ROUND 192 PROJECTS FUNDED
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