Priority Primary Care Centres (PPCCs) are clinics across Victoria that are “supporting nearby hospital emergency departments by providing GP-led care for urgent but non-life-threatening conditions such as mild infections, fractures and burns… Care is available to anyone with or witho
This report summarises the outcomes from the Improving access to mental health services for refugees and asylum seekers in the west project. A number of capacity building, awareness raising and service coordination initiatives were implemented throughout the project.
This resource has been developed to assist GPs to understand which services refugee and asylum seeker patients are eligible for, and how to refer them. The resource contains information on healthcare eligibility by visa status, key information about refugee and asylum seeker health, a
The Refugee Health General Practice Engagement Tools can be used by anyone wanting to engage and support general practices to deliver accessible and appropriate healthcare to people from refugee backgrounds, including people seeking asylum. The Tools can be modified to suit your needs
People from refugee backgrounds, including those seeking asylum, experience a number of barriers to accessing health and other services, including difficulties understanding and navigating the health system. Knowledge of local support services for people from refugee backgrounds and
ASHM have developed this resource to provide information about how Primary Health Care Nurses in the general practice and other settings can incorporate hepatitis B care into their existing role. The resource supports the testing, diagnosis and management of people with chronic hepat
The Primary Care Forum was held on Thursday 27 August 2015 at Foundation House in Brunswick. Read the report from the day, including the participant list and links to the available presentation slides. 2015 Primary Care Forum Report