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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is now fully operational and available in all areas of Queensland.
The Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) is changing the way your staff access the AIR secure website.
Nurses are invited to participate in a National Health and Medical Research Council funded research study that aims to improve care of patients with sleeping disorders.
An update from Dr Carl de Wet, former GPLO at Gold Coast Health.
The Gold Coast Health High Risk-Foot Podiatry Service is a service for patients with current foot ulcer, peripheral arterial disease, peripheral neuropathy, previous foot ulceration and/or lower limb amputation.
Atopic eczema is common in early childhood and can affect up to a third of children.
April to October is Australia’s flu season and experts are predicting 2019 to be one of our worst years in the last decade. Three times as many people have already been diagnosed with influenza, commonly known as the flu, compared to the same period in other years.
An increased number of BreastScreen Queensland Gold Coast Service clients reported it was their doctor or health professional recommendation that prompted them to book a breast screen last financial year.
PIP QI Incentive commences next Thursday 1st August. You can make sure your practice is prepared by ensuring you have a PRODA account to register the PIP QI Incentive through HPOS.
Cervical screening healthcare providers without a Medicare provider number are now able to access participant information for the National Cervical Screening Program through the National Cancer Screening Register (NCSR).
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