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Mallee Track Health & Community Service

Sea Lake Service Centre

33-43 McClelland Ave, Sea Lake, 3533

Phone: 03 5070 2155

Fax: 03 5070 2132


Mallee Track Health & Community Service (MTH&CS) is a Multi Purpose Service (MPS).  The MPS Program is a joint initiative of the Australian Government and state/territory governments, which aims to deliver flexible and integrated health and aged care services for small rural and remote communities.

An MPS is generally established when the local population is not large enough to support separate services, such as a hospital, a residential aged care service, home and community care services and where there is poor access to essential health and aged care services.

MTH&CS provides a range of services across all the Mallee Track communities; a total area of 18,000 square kilometres. Acute medical and emergency, district nursing, high & low level residential aged care and allied health services are provided to Ouyen, Murrayville, Underbool, Patchewollock, Sea Lake and surrounding districts. MTH&CS also delivers a level of community services to all the Mallee Track communities.



  • Urgent Care Centre
  • Acute Care
  • Hospital-based palliative care
  • High and low level Residential Aged Care
  • High and low level Respite Care
  • Community based care - Advocacy Service
  • Planned Activity Group (PAG)
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Social Work
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry
  • Visiting Dietician
  • Visiting Psychology
  • Neighbourhood House
  • Integrated Family Services
  • Community Nursing Service
  • Early Years Programs - Day Care
  • Volunteer Coordination
  • Men's Shed

All enquiries regarding any of these services may be made through the hospital 03 5070 2155.


Residential Care

Sea Lake & District Health Service offers both low and high level  residential care facilities for permanent and respite accommodation. 

Carinya Hostel provides for a semi-independent lifestyle in which residents have their own individual rooms, all with en-suite facilities. There is a large common living/television room and all meals are provided, with choices selected from the hospital menu. The facility has permanent personal care workers. The local GP visits regularly.

Kaleesa Nursing Home provides more supervised nursing for high level care requirements.  Both single and two bed rooms are provided, with a common dining/lounge room. The nursing home has trained nursing staff who are in attendance 24 hours per day. The local GP attends to all Residents. Meals are chosen from the hospital menu.

Enquiries are welcome through the hospital main reception.

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