Providing health services north of the river

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My Place. My Future.

The City of Launceston is developing a plan for the future of living, working and playing in Invermay, Mowbray, Newnham, Mayfield, Rocherlea, Ravenswood and Waverley.

Health service providers and professionals are invited to tell us about providing health services north of the river to help inform what the plan should consider.

Specific points have been identified from reports and from information that the community has already provided. The City of Launceston wants to make sure these points are still relevant. These points are called 'Talking Points' and, as the name suggests, highlights what we should be talking about for the benefit of individuals, families and the community.

Complete the survey and tell us whether you agree with the Talking Points.


How we'll use the information you provide

The City of Launceston will use the information that you provide to better understand providing health services north of the river. This will help in conversations about the future.


Need help completing this survey, or want to talk more?

If you would like help to complete the survey, or simply want to talk to someone about it, you can:

Go to your local Neighbourhood House in Rocherlea, Newnham, Mowbray or Ravenswood

Contact the Community Development team on 6323 3000

Email Nicole Lucas


Want to know more?

If you would like any more information on how the Talking Points were identified, contact Nicole Lucas.


Feedback may be published in a publicly available report at the end of the consultation period. Your name or organisation's name may appear in these reports with your feedback attributed. If you would like your feedback to be kept confidential, please let us know when making your submission.


My Place. My Future.

The City of Launceston is developing a plan for the future of living, working and playing in Invermay, Mowbray, Newnham, Mayfield, Rocherlea, Ravenswood and Waverley.

Health service providers and professionals are invited to tell us about providing health services north of the river to help inform what the plan should consider.

Specific points have been identified from reports and from information that the community has already provided. The City of Launceston wants to make sure these points are still relevant. These points are called 'Talking Points' and, as the name suggests, highlights what we should be talking about for the benefit of individuals, families and the community.

Complete the survey and tell us whether you agree with the Talking Points.


How we'll use the information you provide

The City of Launceston will use the information that you provide to better understand providing health services north of the river. This will help in conversations about the future.


Need help completing this survey, or want to talk more?

If you would like help to complete the survey, or simply want to talk to someone about it, you can:

Go to your local Neighbourhood House in Rocherlea, Newnham, Mowbray or Ravenswood

Contact the Community Development team on 6323 3000

Email Nicole Lucas


Want to know more?

If you would like any more information on how the Talking Points were identified, contact Nicole Lucas.


Feedback may be published in a publicly available report at the end of the consultation period. Your name or organisation's name may appear in these reports with your feedback attributed. If you would like your feedback to be kept confidential, please let us know when making your submission.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Health professionals working in the northern suburbs are asked to register with Your Voice Your Launceston to complete this survey. 

    This survey addresses specific points which have been identified from reports and from information that the community has already provided.

    These points are called 'Talking Points' and, as the name suggests, highlights what we should be talking about for the benefit of individuals, families and the community.

    Each question details the Talking Points relevant to the topic being discussed and asks for your feedback.

    Complete the survey and tell us whether you agree with the Talking Points.

    Health professionals working in the northern suburbs are asked to register with Your Voice Your Launceston to complete this survey. 

    This survey addresses specific points which have been identified from reports and from information that the community has already provided.

    These points are called 'Talking Points' and, as the name suggests, highlights what we should be talking about for the benefit of individuals, families and the community.

    Each question details the Talking Points relevant to the topic being discussed and asks for your feedback.

    Complete the survey and tell us whether you agree with the Talking Points.

    Consultation has concluded
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