The Jamie Larcombe Centre is a new $15 million Veterans’ mental health precinct located at Glenside Health Service Campus, providing mental health and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) services to Veterans.
The Centre has been purpose built to accommodate services previously provided by Ward 17 at the Repatriation General Hospital.
The Centre was officially opened on Thursday 5 October 2017 by the Larcombe family, Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and the Minister for Health, Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
The Centre includes:
an ambulatory service incorporating outpatient treatment and a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) service
The precinct also includes a Partnerships Hub, located in the heritage building adjacent to the new facility. The Hub is a place where Veterans and their families can access information and services to support their individual needs.
Who the precinct is named after
The precinct is named after Sapper Jamie Ronald Larcombe, who was born in Kingscote, Kangaroo Island and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. The name is a tribute to the service and sacrifice of Sapper Larcombe, who was killed in action on 19 February 2011. ‘The Jamie Larcombe Centre’ refers to the precinct as a whole. The remaining areas within the facility are known by their functional names: Inpatient Ward, Outpatient Ward, Memorial Garden, and Hub.
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