Euroa Hospital provides care and is able to admit patients with and without private health insurance and is registered to accommodate 21 beds plus three Urgent Care beds.

In addition, we provide care to palliative care patients, cardiac patients, diabetes management, rehabilitation, general medical patients and those awaiting placement in our very own Residential Aged Care facility GraniteHill and facilities in the surrounding district.

Credentialed General Practitioners

General Practitioners are not employed by Euroa Health instead this service is provided by Euroa Medical Family Practice Doctors – Euroa Medical Family Practice (    General Practitioners with admitting rights (the right of a doctor to admit patients to a hospital for medical treatment without first having to go through an emergency department) to Euroa Hospital are credentialed by the Director of Medical Services of Euroa Health and the Credentialing Committee at Goulburn Valley Health (in line with Safe Care Victoria Credentialing and scope of clinical practice final.pdf ( who provide the recommendation to the Directors of Euroa Health for approval of “admitting rights”.

General Practitioners currently credentialed with admitting rights at Euroa Hospital are:

Directors/General Practitioners of Euroa Medical Family Practice

  • Dr Malcolm Altson
  • Dr Jimmy Huang

General Practitioners of Euroa Medical Family Practice

  • Dr Reva Elias
  • Dr Reshma Syed Rafiullah
  • Dr Ambreen Nisar Ahmad

Euroa Hospital can be contacted on (03) 5795 0221 and entry is via Weir Street Euroa.

The Victorian Charter of Healthcare outlines the rights that everyone has in relation to health care and these are as below.


  • Healthcare services and treatment that meets my needs


  • Receive safe and high quality health care that meets national standards
  • Be cared for in an environment that is safe and makes me feel safe


  • Be treated as an individual, and with dignity and respect
  • Have my culture, identity, beliefs and choices recognised and respected


  • Ask questions and be involved in open and honest communication
  • Make decisions with my healthcare provider, to the extent that I choose and am able to
  • Include the people that I want in planning and decision-making


  • Clear information about my condition, the possible benefits and risks of different tests and treatments, so I can give my informed consent
  • Receive information about services, waiting times and costs
  • Be given assistance, when I need it, to help me to understand and use health information
  • Access my health information
  • Be told if something has gone wrong during my health care, how it happened, how it may affect me and what is being done to make care safe


  • Have my personal privacy respected
  • Have information about me and my health kept secure and confidential

Give feedback

  • Provide feedback or make a complaint without it affecting the way that I am treated
  • Have my concerns addressed in a transparent and timely way
  • Share my experience and participate to improve the quality of care and health services