Boost for rural health care

Updated April 27 2016 - 11:26pm, first published 5:00pm

REGIONAL Victorians have been granted a $200 million investment for the development of a new Regional Health Infrastructure fund. More than $6 million has been allocated for a new 18-20 bed drug and alcohol facility in the Grampians region, with a further $132 million allocated state-wide for clinical mental health services and $57.3 million for vulnerable children and their families.  A Wimmera Cancer Centre will receive a $1 million state government contribution with funds also set for public residential aged care. 

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