Nagambie HealthCare is now a not-for-profit organisation that has had significant history. First established in 1929 as a Bush Nursing Hospital that consisted of 15 acute hospital beds facilitating emergency services for its local community.

Then, in 1993 acquired an additional 21 beds that were funded by the community to provide low care nursing home accommodation, which was supported by the move in 2008 in developing a 6 home retirement village.

The Hospital was eventually closed, only to be re-opened by the community, then renamed by the board, and now comprises of 42 beds in total which are approved and certified with the Department of Health and Aged Care to provide residential aged care services including low dependency, residential and acute care.


The Nagambie HealthCare values are designed to guide us in our relationship with our patients, residents, carers, staff and all other consumers of our service. Through them we become a health service operating with a common understanding of what we all can expect from each other.


We will value each other and acknowledge our differences by actively listening to all points of view


We will involve staff and service providers in decision making and will work in partnership with our patients, residents, their families, carers and other health care providers


We will demonstrate resilience and be open to modification and change


We will be proud of Nagambie HealthCare