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Primary health care professionals (GPs and Allied Health) can access clinically relevant information through:

Not yet registered? Email to request a username and password.

What is HealthPathways?

Peer-reviewed online health information designed to help health professionals with:

  • service navigation
  • condition management
  • referral to other services
  • reference materials and patient resources

HealthPathways is designed for and free to use by primary healthcare professionals in the Sydney North region.

Benefits of using HealthPathways

  • Clinical support to better manage patients in the community
  • Improved care between general practice and hospitals
  • Supply relevant, local information
  • Quick and simple to use

New HealthPathways are constantly being developed, and existing content is regularly reviewed considering the following:

  • changing evidence
  • technology
  • regional Northern Sydney circumstances

Download the HealthPathways fact sheet here.

HealthPathways benefits for General Practice

HealthPathways role in the patient journey

HealthPathways Progress Update ∼ 534 Pathways LIVE ∼  Updated 17 May 2024 

Who develops HealthPathways?

Sydney North HealthPathways is a collaboration between the Sydney North Health Network (SNHN) and the Northern Sydney Local Health District (NSLHD).

HealthPathways is written by local GPs with support from:

Amanda McLoughlin: HealthPathways Coordinator SNHN

James Wilson: HealthPathways Manager

Dr Luke Morphett: HealthPathways Clinical Lead SNHN

Clinical Editors: Dr Rebecca Roach, Dr Ushma Narsai, Dr Zohra Alimie

Jeanelle Beltran: HealthPathways Reviews Coordinator SNHN

Contemporary and locally agreed clinical guidelines support the research and writing undertaken for HealthPathways. Consultation with hospital specialists and allied health practitioners is facilitated where appropriate to inform alignment of:

  • condition management
  • referral from primary care into hospital health services
  • discharge back to primary care.

For further information or help with using the HealthPathways website, please contact