About Our Logo
Our new logo has been developed with Community. Members of Emrpcc recognise our services are provided on the Traditional Lands of the Wurundjeri people. We wanted our logo to reflect that.
Bunjil flies over the land watching over all, people from Community and all those who have come to call the East home. Hills , valleys and towns of the region are symbolised and crossed by the waterways, carrying life and spirit from the beginning of life to its next phase after death, which is represented by the warm rays of the setting sun.
The manna gum leaf represents our Traditional owners who graciously share culture, care for Country and welcome us to the region.
The circle symbolises the care we all offer to each other, especially at the end of life.
Palliative care information and resources
The Emrpcc website provides links to great resources, including our Clinical Guidelines.
What We Do
Work together to implement the standards of care outlined in the Victorian Government’s end of life and palliative care framework
Meet regularly to plan and review how services can meet our collective goal of providing the highest standard of palliative care to our community.
Engage in research to keep learning and developing best practice.
Listen to community members and leaders to learn how our care and services can maintain excellent cultural safety, respect for cultural traditions and social diversity.
Provide information to community and health professionals on palliative care and how to access services