Greater Southern Area Health Service

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Greater Southern Area Health Service
Greater Southern Area Health Service logo
Agency overview
Formed January 2005
Preceding agency
  • Southern Area Health Service and Greater Murray
Dissolved 31 December 2010
Superseding agency
  • Murrumbidgee Local Health Network and Southern NSW Local Health Network
Headquarters Queanbeyan, New South Wales
Minister responsible
Agency executive
  • Heather Gray, Chief Executive
  • , (etc.)
Parent agency New South Wales Department of Health
Child agencies
  • (etc.)
GSAHS Patient Transport vehicle

Greater Southern Area Health Service, abbreviated GSAHS, was formed in January 2005 from the amalgamation of the former Greater Murray Area Health Service and Southern Area Health Service. It is a statutory body of the Government of New South Wales, operating under the NSW Department of Health, charged with the provision of public health services in southern New South Wales. The head office of GSAHS is located in Queanbeyan.

Major facilities[edit]

Leeton District Hospital

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