St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee & Western Region Football League to extend partnership
St Vincent's Private Hospital Werribee is thrilled to continue the renewal and elevation of its partnership with the Western Region Football League for the next three years.
The hospital has served as the dedicated Trainer’s Partner for the past three seasons and will now become the Senior Women’s Competition Naming Rights Partner and exclusive hospital partner for the seasons 2024, 2025, and 2026.
David Jennings, CEO of the WRFL, expressed excitement about the expanded partnership, stating, “We are looking forward to taking our collaboration with St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee to new heights. Their unwavering commitment to the health of our community aligns perfectly with our vision for the future. Elevating their role to the Senior Women’s Competition Naming Rights Partner demonstrates the depth of our partnership and shared dedication to the well-being of Melbourne’s West.”
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee proudly serves the rapidly growing Wyndham and Melbourne’s West community with comprehensive specialty services including orthopaedics, cardiology, paediatrics, and general surgery.
Emma Saliba, General Manager/Director of Clinical Services at St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee, shared, “We are thrilled to continue and strengthen our partnership with the WRFL. As a healthcare provider deeply embedded in the community, we are excited about the health initiatives and comprehensive care we can further bring to the community in the West. Our partnership with the WRFL goes beyond the field. Together, we look forward to implementing health-related initiatives that will positively impact the community. Our collective goal is to support the health needs of Melbourne’s West in 2024 and beyond”
The three-year partnership will include a range of health-related initiatives aimed at promoting the well-being of the community. St Vincent’s Private Hospital Werribee and the WRFL are dedicated to jointly fostering the health and development of Melbourne’s West.