SNPHN is pleased to announce three local service providers will receive Federal funding to provide new services to support people in the region in need of alcohol and other drug treatment services.
Thousands of Australians will benefit from an innovative new form of flexible aged care that will help older people remain in their own homes for longer after injury or illness.
From 27 February 2017, there will be changes to the way home care package services are delivered.
The Australian Government is taking action to tackle the challenge of obesity and encourage all Australians to live healthy lives.
Sydney North Primary Health Network (SNPHN) is pleased to announce that 10 practices are participating in a locally developed Person Centred Medical Home program.
On Wednesday 8 February 2017, SNPHN held an End of Life Care (EoLC) co-design workshop with around 40 participants in attendance.
A reminder for GPs about existing resources supporting the Per- and Poly-fluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) blood testing program.
SNPHN has a strong After Hours program, with initiatives such as participating in health talks for our Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities, and secure messaging for Extended Care Paramedics.
Researchers are seeking General Practitioners with experience conducting medication reviews for people with and without dementia who would be willing to participate in a focus group.
The aim of this workshop is to provide best practice approaches in delivering individualised and relationship focused care.