Alfred Health is a leading major metropolitan health service comprising The Alfred, Caulfield Hospital and Sandringham Hospital.
Servicing more than 680,000 people living in Melbourne’s bayside and inner southeast, Alfred Health is also charged to provide a range of specialist statewide services for all Victorians.
The Alfred is widely regarded as one of Australia’s best trauma and critical care centres. It is a major tertiary referral teaching hospital with a commitment to research excellence and training for medical, nursing and allied health staff. This is further supported through partnerships with Monash University and the other AMREP institutions.
Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute is an independent, internationally renowned medical research facility, with a history spanning more than 90 years. The Institute’s work extends from the laboratory to wide-scale community studies. The Institute aims to prevent chronic disease, and to reduce death and disability from cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other related health disorders.
The Institute also has a strong presence in health care, including a diabetes education team and specialised, evidence-based clinics including diabetes, heart and weight clinics.
The Institute’s research facility in Alice Springs is dedicated to addressing the health disadvantage experienced by Aboriginal Australians.
The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University is a research-focused faculty within one of Australia’s most research intensive universities.
Our objective of research translation is pursued through the academic health science centre model with research collaborators and clinical partners.
Monash’s presence at AMREP through the Central Clinical School (CCS) and the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (SPHPM) enables seamless integration of research expertise with our partners and promotes clinical excellence.
Burnet Institute is a not-for-profit, independent organisation whose purpose is to improve the health of disadvantaged, poor or otherwise vulnerable people throughout the world.
Burnet’s unique approach of linking medical research with public health action allows comprehensive and innovative responses to complex issues such as women’s and children’s health, the health of young people and marginalised communities.
Burnet has particular expertise in specific infectious diseases of global health significance, especially HIV and AIDS, hepatitis viruses, malaria, tuberculosis, influenza and emerging infectious diseases.
La Trobe University
La Trobe University’s involvement at AMREP includes academic leadership in nursing and physiotherapy research and education. The La Trobe / Alfred Nursing and Allied Health Clinical School opened at AMREP in 2010. La Trobe University is a partner in the Australian Centre for Health Innovation.
Deakin University provides professional leadership to clinical and academic staff and students through the Deakin Alfred Health Nursing Research Centre.