DPV Health is proud to work with many important partners. Strong partnerships allow us to achieve better health outcomes for our community. Through our partnerships we are able to combine our efforts and share our ideas, expertise, skills and resources.

Our partnerships are both formal and informal and we value the opportunity to work collaboratively with public, private and community agencies.

Our partners include:

AMES Australia AMES Australia helps refugees and migrants to settle in Australia through on-arrival settlement support, English & Vocational training and Employment Services
City of Hume Hume is one of Australia’s most vibrant, diverse and fastest-growing municipalities, expected to welcome more than 50,000 new residents in the next decade.
Dental Health Services Victoria DHSV provides general, specialist and emergency public dental care to all eligible Victorians.
Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network Eastern Melbourne PHN is a Primary Health Network funded by the Australian Government to improve the care and support people receive from health services.
MEPACS MePACS is a 24/7 response personal alarm service, that provides peace of mind to clients and their families. It’s fully monitored and responded to by real people based in Australia. Call 1800 451 300 or visit www.mepacs.com.au
Northern Health Northern Health is the major provider of acute, sub-acute and ambulatory specialist services in Melbourne’s north.
Northern Integrated Family Violence Services (NIFVS) NIFVS is the partnership that leads the integration of family violence and related services in Melbourne’s northern metropolitan region. To find out more visit www.nifvs.org.au
Victorian Aboriginal Health Service The Victorian Aboriginal Health Service has an established strong foundation of cultural knowledge and capability in the delivery of comprehensive primary health care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
Women’s Health In the North (WHIN) WHIN is the women’s health service in the northern metropolitan region of Melbourne.  WHIN works to eliminate gender inequities and improve outcomes in women’s health, safety and wellbeing. To find out more visit www.whin.org.au