Campaspe Valley Freemasons Fund Hospital Vehicle
13 May 2013
|Grand Master of Freemasons Victoria Mr Bob Jones and ERH’s Executive Director of Nursing June Dyson (pictured to left of vehicle) together with Mr Tony Brown and Mr Geoff Becker (pictured on right of vehicle) outside the Echuca Masonic Centre to celebrate the donation of ERH’s latest community services vehicle.|
A brand new Toyota Corolla that has been donated by the Campaspe Valley Masonic Lodge to
Echuca Regional Health will now be available to assist ERH to provide essential service to assist members of the Echuca-Moama community.
Bob Jones Freemasons Victoria Grand Master, visited Echuca on Monday to officially hand over
the keys to the new vehicle to June Dyson, ERH’s Executive Director of Nursing and to thank the
members of the Campaspe Valley Lodge for their tireless fundraising efforts.
The car is adorned with both the Freemasons Victoria and ‘Make Your Mark’ campaign logos.
The clearly identifiable Toyota Corolla will be seen visiting members of the Echuca-Moama and
surrounding community to assist ERH in meet the increasing demand for community based services
such as district nursing, hospital in the home, cancer supportive care, palliative care and speech pathology in schools programs.
ERH provides a range of health services to approximately 45,000 people living in the catchment
areas of the Shire of Campaspe and Murray Shire. The new Echuca hospitals $65.6 million
redevelopment is currently underway and when complete will provide members of the Echuca-
Moama community and their families with brand new surgical, paediatric and maternity wards,
new Emergency Department and Radiology Department together with a range of both new and
As part of the ‘Make Your Mark’ campaign, community members will be able to donate towards an
extensive list of equipment which includes items such as resuscitation trolleys, a patient monitoring system for the emergency department and humidicribs.
Bob Jones Freemasons Victoria Grand Master, said “I am very proud of the initiative shown by the
members of the Campaspe Valley Lodge who have put in a tremendous amount of effort in assisting
their local community. I am proud that Freemasons have been able to lend a hand to a service that is such an excellent support within our community.”