Formal notification of closure of Manly Hospital and transfer of all acute services from Mona Vale Hospital to the new Northern Beaches Hospital.
Let 70 year-old carer Rose O’Donnell tell you why.
In preparation for World Diabetes Day, Diabetes Qualified is offering 20% off Diabetes Essentials 2018. The theme this year is diabetes concerns every family – upskill so you can help!
The Department of Human services (DHS) has published five new Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) eLearning education modules to help practices familiarise with use of the AIR.
Odyssey House Community Services offer a diverse range of non-residential programs for people over the age of 18, who are affected by the complexities of Alcohol and Other Drugs.
GPs can offer free MenACWY vaccine to any 15-19 year olds who have not been vaccinated at school.
General Practice Screening for Early Childhood Caries (ECC) involves simply lifting the upper lip to check the front teeth first, and then having a quick look inside at the back teeth.
APAC supports GPs to manage Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy (PAT) in the community.
SNPHN is committed to support GPs and other primary-care workers in providing care to patients with drug and alcohol issues.
Dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia and in the absence of a cure, timely diagnosis to provide early intervention and support to patients and carers is becoming an increasing focus.
The new Northern Beaches Hospital will welcome its first patients on Tuesday 30 October as part of a new network of healthcare services on the Northern Beaches.
Some Questions and Answers we have accrued and followed up during the year with the AIR and Public Health Unit.
A more efficient and secure way to exchange health information between providers.
We know the palliative care and aged care environment can be complex and confusing. Give ELDAC a call and we can help you find the resources you’re looking for.
An information package and referral pathway is being designed to provide direct referral from the GP to the breast care nurse in their area.
All health professionals can play a role in supporting their patients who smoke by referring to NSW Quitline this World Mental Health Day – Wednesday October 10.
Sydney North Health Network is excited to be partnering with the Cancer Institute NSW as part of their One Small Step – One Big Difference project, aiming to support the local community by further helping patients who smoke through referral to the NSW Quitline.