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Why are we doing this?

Latrobe Valley frontline Healthcare Workers need our support

With the State’s latest surge in COVID-19, increasing case numbers and the ongoing rise in hospitalisations, our healthcare workers need our support.

Latrobe Valley’s healthcare workers are currently working long shifts, caring for our most vulnerable community members and getting very little respite with what at times appears like no end in sight.

We can’t change their workload, but we can brighten up their day with a free coffee from our community and a supportive message.

If you would like to offer our healthcare workers thanks and show them how much you value their tireless efforts, then please use this site to shout a coffee or share your words of support.

Kindness doesn't have to cost you anything

Messages from the community

From Rachel

I hope you know that your time, commitment, effort and kindness do not go unnoticed. Thank you for doing the job that you do and I hope you get some time to rest and recover soon.

2022/02/09 at 7:40 pm
From Hope

A big thank you to all the staff at LRH and Maryvale. The staff I’ve had over the past year, from the ED to I-MED have been nothing but supportive, kind and professional.

2022/02/09 at 3:47 pm
From Greg

My interactions with various health professionals during this time, both pandemic-related and otherwise, have been fantastic. Our local health staff have always been courteous, efficient amd professional. Thank you all for your extra work during what, for many of you, has been a stressful time. You are appreciated.

2022/02/09 at 9:27 am

Learn a little more about

What our healthcare workers are experiencing

This pandemic has been hard on all of us, it’s easy to forget about what our frontline workers are witnessing, the stress, the exhaustion and the anguish.

Read some stories direct from our local healthcare workers. Some are sad, some are uplifiting but all demonstrate a team of passionate care givers within Latrobe Valley.

Taking on the learning opportunities presented by the pandemic

Taking on the learning opportunities presented by the pandemic

TARA KINGAllied Health Assistant, Latrobe Regional Hospital After 14 years at Centrelink, Tara began working as an Allied Health Assistant…
Avon medical unit at LRH caring solely for COVID-19 patients

Avon medical unit at LRH caring solely for COVID-19 patients

The Avon medical unit at LRH has been converted to care solely for COVID-19 patients from the Latrobe Valley and…

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Who's involved

An initiative of the Latrobe Health Innovation Zone