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Health system costs associated with the treatment of persistent pain are significant, estimated to be around $7 billion each year.1 Concerns exist that sufferers are missing out on potentially beneficial treatment whilst also being directed to treatments that are potentially unnecessary and costly with limited benefit.
Are you submitting data to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR)? Recording information is important.
Queensland courses that Australian College of Nursing is running in 2019
With the new year upon us, it is an ideal time for general practices to ensure that their general practitioners (GPs) details are up to date within the Secure Transfer Service (STS) system
The General Practice Liaison Unit (GPLU) is seeking expressions of interest to join the growing team of GPs with Special Interest (GPwSIs) at Gold Coast Health.
Gold Coast Hospital and Health Services have seen an increase in referrals received for Specialist Outpatient Services (such as Cardiology) where the patient has presented with an emergent condition that should have been seen via the emergency department.
The Australian Government will provide a record $1.45 billion for community mental health services and change the funding model to ensure security for both jobs and services.
Gold Coast Health (GCH) has introduced a new hotline for general practitioners (GPs) to have access to information about their patients.
Gold Coast Health (GCH) will no longer perform routine surveillance of colon polyps for patients older than 78 years. This decision is based on guidelines from the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program and the Department of Health.
Paediatric Pearls from Gold Coast Health. The vast majority of children referred for assessment of plagiocephaly have positional plagiocephaly (deformational plagiocephaly).
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