Use the below form to sign up for the best way to quickly receive important alerts, notifications, professional events, Gold Coast Health updates and the weekly GP Bulletin, exclusively for GPs, from Gold Coast Primary Health Network. If you are not a GP but would like to be kept up-to-date, you can subscribe to Your Local News.
Click here for more information.
If you would prefer to print this form and fax it back please DOWNLOAD THE SIGNUP FORM and fax it back to 07 5635 2466
Your Local News
is a monthly Community HealthyGC Publication.
Please advise if you you work in:
or are a:
Keep up to date with useful health information, news and training opportunities on the Gold Coast by entering your email address above to subscribe to our monthly publication.
Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN) has a number of regular printed and email publications for the community organisations, allied healthcare, general practices and general practitioners.
To support the National Cancer Screening Program (the Program) to increase participation, the National Cancer Screening Register (NCSR) will soon begin inviting newly eligible people.
There have been important changes for the GP Liaison Unit (GPLU) and its staff.
Gold Coast Health has recently introduced a new system to electronically manage medical records and appointment scheduling.
Young people and youth organisations from across the Gold Coast have come together to discuss issues affecting them at a wellbeing forum on Friday June 21.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) have released a social media guide for general practices.
In the build-up to R U OK? Day on Thursday 12 September 2019, R U OK? are hitting the road and taking this message to every state and territory on the Trust The Signs Tour.
Participants in the Gold Coast Partners in Recovery program are currently being transitioned to alternative support arrangements before the program ends on June 30, 2019.
The National Eating Disorders Collaboration (NEDC) has released five video modules that are free and available online for health professionals.
If you’re a GP working in Australian general practice, researchers at the University of Melbourne would love to hear about your chlamydia management practices and your opinion on some proposed strategies to support care of patients with a chlamydia infection
Breakthrough Queensland has released a new website to assist members of the public who are looking to access alcohol and drug-related support for a family member or significant other.
We appreciate your feedback and thank-you for taking the time to help improve our website. Please use the form below to provide comments about your experience on our site today.
Sign-up to receive our publications:
Your Local News
Secure GP Bulletin
Join us on Social Media