Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD) wants to hear from the locals about services they need at Long Jetty Health Care Centre.
In a first for our region, CCLHD is seeking community feedback via an online survey which closes at 11.59pm on Wednesday, May 11.
The Entrance MP, David Mehan, said it was important that the community had its say about the future of clinical services at Long Jetty.
“Our community is well-served by the services provided at Long Jetty Health Care Centre and I strongly support public health services continuing to be delivered by Long Jetty in the future,” he said.
“This facility opened back in 1958 in response to a community-led campaign with successful fundraising efforts and was known then as Long Jetty Hospital.
“Over time, it has had refurbishments and provided essential care for patients with sub-acute needs which has relieved pressure on both of our major hospitals at Gosford and Wyong,” Mehan said.
The short survey should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. All responses are anonymous and any information provided will be used to help Central Coast Local Health District with plan future clinical services.
The survey is available at: https://qars.cec.health.nsw.gov.au/Survey?p=74A11681
Media release, May 6
The Entrance MP, David Mehan