McCulloch House is Monash Health’s dedicated, 16-bed inpatient supportive and palliative care unit, situated on the grounds of Monash Medical Centre in Clayton. McCulloch House was named after Margaret McCulloch, wife of four-time Victorian Premier Sir James McCulloch and opened in 1889 as a convalescent home for women. Supported by a major fundraising campaign, McCulloch House was reborn in 1996 as an inpatient palliative care unit; unique in Victoria because it is also an integral part of a specialist hospital. The palliative care services at McCulloch House are provided by a specialist multi-disciplinary team who assess and care for patients with life-limiting illness, providing symptom management, respite and end-of-life care, as well as support for families. We actively encourage our patients and their caregivers to participate in decisions regarding care, so that our patients’ needs are being met and they have the best quality of life.

Monash Health Foundation

At Monash Health we are passionate about providing exceptional healthcare for Victorians of all ages. We provide care across the entire lifespan, from prenatal care to paediatric, women’s health, cardiology, intensive care and palliative care as well as support for families and carers.

The Monash Health Foundation raises funds for new technology, innovative projects, education, research and capital improvements to deliver excellence in health care across Monash Health. There is always more we can do to help our patients.

The major hospitals we support include Monash Medical Centre Clayton, Monash Children’s Hospital, MonashHeart, Moorabbin Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital, the Kingston Centre, and Cranbourne Integrated Community Care Centre as well as many other community health centres across Melbourne.

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