STAWELL Regional Health is among the many hospitals throughout the state to benefit from increased funding under the Napthine Coalition Government.
Health Minister David Davis said the budget bottom lines of Victoria's public hospitals had increased by an average of 5.1 per cent over last year.
Mr Davis said Stawell Regional Health would be receiving $15.36 million in Victorian Coalition Government funding for 2014/15, which is an increase of $520,000 on the previous year.
"The Victorian Coalition Government is providing record funding of nearly $15 billion to hospitals and health services during 2014-15, which is $607 million more than the previous year, and $3.6 billion more since coming to office," Mr Davis said.
Releasing details of the funding allocations for Victoria's health services, Mr Davis said the Napthine Government was committed to properly funding hospital services.
"Since the Federal Budget was delivered, we have been working with the Commonwealth to determine what the final outcome will be for Victorian health services," Mr Davis said.
"I have said that Victoria will be fighting for every dollar it is entitled to, and this outcome is pleasing.
"Commonwealth funding allocations involve complex calculations under new arrangements. Victoria's submission was largely accepted, which means an increase in funding from the Commonwealth.
"This funding growth will significantly offset losses due to the termination of the sub-acute National Partnership Agreement.
"During this period, I have met and communicated with health service board chairs and chief executives regularly to keep them informed."
Mr Davis said the funding increases came despite claims to the contrary by the Labor Opposition.
"The Opposition has been saying funding for hospitals is declining, but these figures clearly show otherwise," he said.
"They were wrong, they now have egg on their face and they should apologise for misleading the Victorian community.
"The Napthine Government has worked hard to secure the funding that will ensure hospitals can continue to deliver high-quality health care to Victorian families.
"The funding boost will enable our hospitals to continue treating record numbers of patients."
The Coalition has also announced a significant increase in funding for East Grampians Health Services in Ararat.
Mr Davis said East Grampians Health Service was receiving $17.89 million in Victorian Coalition Government funding for 2014/15 - up by $539,000 on the previous year.