If any of the following are present or suspected, please refer the patient to the emergency department (via ambulance if necessary) or seek emergent medical advice if in a remote region.
- No referrals to emergency relating to clinical genetics
Information about West Moreton Health templates including how to use and how to upload, available here.
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HealthLink EDI: qldipswc
Priority Fax for urgent category 1 referrals:
Outpatients Referrals Centre
PO Box 73, Ipswich
GP/Specialist Referral Enquiry:
3810 1869 or 3810 1858
To send a named referral, please use the WMH Referral Template, select the speciality and the corresponding doctor’s name for that speciality. Otherwise, please address the referral to the Director of Speciality and include the Director's name.
From July 1 2017 Commonwealth growth funding has been capped. This changes how WMHS can fund its growth as an organisation. Named referrals from GP’s help support hospital funding through a Medicare bulk-billing arrangement. The new federal funding model incorporates specific pricing for patients which removes concerns around ‘double dipping'. This benefits hospital and patient services.
GPs now have secure online access to patient healthcare information from Queensland public hospitals.
GP Smart Referrals allow GPs to submit and track referrals to West Moreton Health via their practice software.
Queensland GPs will have secure online access to patient healthcare information from Queensland’s public hospitals. This access will bridge the information gap between Queensland GPs and public hospitals to help ensure patients receive consistent, timely and better coordinated care.
Use this tool to determine the relevant health service for your patient, based on their residential address suburb.