The PHN supports GPs and other health professionals, and delivers a range of programs. Supporting health care professionals with:
localised clinical pathways
accreditation and quality standards
chronic disease management and care coordination
eHealth records and secure messaging.
Managing healthcare and support programs for people in the community including:
Commonwealth Home Support Program. Healthy@Home is a consortium of 19 organisations committed to providing high quality community aged care services to older people in Brisbane’s northern suburbs and the Moreton Bay area.
Partners in Recovery is a specialised initiative that seeks to improve outcomes for people who experience severe and persistent mental health illness, and also have complex needs.
Brisbane MIND, Brisbane MIND Suicide Prevention Program, Brisbane MIND4KiDS provides short-term mental health care for people experiencing mild to moderate mental health issues and who have difficulty accessing other services
Team Care Coordination is an independent program where coordinators can assist GPs to assess a person’s health and care needs and to arrange the services they need to stay healthy and active.
Closing the Gap programs. The aim of our Closing the Gap strategy is to improve health outcomes for people in our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, who experience significant health inequalities across a number of indicators, resulting in poorer life expectancy than the population as a whole.
Allied Connect is a multidisciplinary Allied Health practice servicing South East Queensland and Northern NSW. They specialise in the provision of Allied Health services including Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Occupational Therapy and Exercise Physiology to a range of clients. Allied Connect, provide services on their premises and also offer a fully mobile home visiting team to come out to see you and make sure you reach your goals.
MACS is a not-for-profit organisation providing in home, night time support to people with physical disabilities living in the community. Our objective is to provide support to enable people with a disability to remain in the community or to return to community living. The service is governed by people with disabilities. Macs operates only within a defined area primarily in the northern suburbs of Brisbane.