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Corporate entry Monash Medical Centre (1987 - )

Clayton, Victoria, Australia
Hospitals or Clinics
246 Clayton Road, Clayton, Victoria 3168


The Monash Medical Centre was founded in 1987, resulting from the amalgamation of the Queen Victoria Medical Centre, Prince Henry's Hospital and the Moorabbin Hospital. The Centre is located at two campuses, the Clayton Campus in Clayton and the Moorabbin Campus in East Bentleigh. From their Web site, January 2003: "The Medical Centre cares for people of all ages and most illnesses - whether its a child with leukaemia, a middle aged man with heart disease or a pregnant woman with an at risk pregnancy."


 1899 - 1977 Queen Victoria Hospital
       1977 - 1987 Queen Victoria Medical Centre
             1987 - Monash Medical Centre


  • Monash Health (1995 - )

    In 1995 the Monash Medical Centre became part of the Southern Health Care Network which went on to be renamed Monash Health.

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