As COVID-19 case numbers increase, we each need to continue to prepare for the expected surge in demand for our services.  It is essential that we use this time wisely. This means understanding how and when to use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)....

This year's influenza season is forecast to coincide with the peak of the coronavirus pandemic. Meaning it is now more important than ever to ensure you receive your free influenza vaccine. Receiving the influenza vaccine is the most important way we...

On Monday 30 March, Monash Medical Centre Clayton relocated from Clinic D to the Clayton Community Rehabilitation Centre at 1 Tarella Street Clayton. The relocation allows for patients attending their usual maternity outpatient appointments to do so without having to go...

COVID-19 is transmitted through droplets, however, using nebulisers has the potential to ​create 'aerosolised' virus particles. As cases of COVID-19 and suspected COVID-19 increase within Monash Health, the risk of 'aerosolising' viral particles increases. Prescribers should use alternatives to nebulisers such...

To coordinate the workforce challenges associated with managing and meeting the demands of the COVID-19 response, we are establishing a Workforce Mobilisation Team. The team will include members from the existing Monash Bureau, Talent Acquisition and Monash Doctors Workforce functions and...