This page is for General Practitioners and other health professionals wanting to refer their patient to West Moreton Health (WMH) for specialist clinical care and support, it contains information on services, eligibility requirements and referral pathways.
Specialist outpatient services provide assessment and management of conditions which require specialist opinion above that available within the primary healthcare setting.
Please visit HealthPathways for up to date information about COVID-19 care pathways and referral information for GPs.
A wide range of community-based services are available at WMH which GPs can refer into to support the care management of their patients.
WMH provides a wide range of services supporting people with mental health issues and drug and alcohol problems, which GPs can refer into to access specialised support for their patients and their families.
WMHs rural health services provide a wide range of services to support their community including:
- inpatient services
- outpatient services
- emergency departments
- allied health
- mental health
- alcohol and other drugs services
- oral health care
- child health
- other visiting services.
This service provides navigation across the lifespan to those individuals who have complex medical conditions.
Virtual care technology is helping WMH expand its reach and provide more care closer to home. Telehealth and mobile-enabled care use videoconferencing technology to connect people in the community to specialist health expertise.
Shared care is an arrangement between a GP and a birthing hospital or other birth setting. Patients see GPs for some pregnancy appointments and also have appointments at the hospital in early and later pregnancy.
Provision of general and emergency dental care with no out-of-pocket expenses to eligible patients throughout the West Moreton region at hospitals, community clinics and schools.