Albury Wodonga Health was born on July 1, 2009.
"After 10 years AWH is a maturing, high achieving regional health service," Albury Wodonga Health chairperson Nicki Melville said.
"We are now the biggest regional health service in Victoria, apart from Barwon Health Geelong, by any measure: babies born, patients admitted, emergency presentations etc and we are also the most distant Regional Health Service from Melbourne - a major factor in the board's key strategic goal of 'increasing the delivery of specialist services to reduce the need for our patients to travel to access care'.
"The integration of Albury Wodonga Health continues to achieve that goal.
"This integration means that our communities and our catchment of some 250,000 people now have access to services, specialists and infrastructure that would have been impossible if we had remained as two small competing hospitals."
Click HERE to read the chairperson's full message - and plenty more - in this 24-page special publication to mark Albury Wodonga Health's milestone.