Our PHN Primary Health Liaison (PHL) staff are the first point of contact for general practice. In Country WA PHN, our PHL team, work with Rural Health West to support general practice.
Our PHL team and Rural Health West provide tailored support to GPs and their practice with:
- Accreditation support
- MBS item numbers, including PIP/SIP
- Immunisation initiatives
- Cancer Screening initiatives
- Information on available training and education
- Digital Health (including My Health Record)
- Set up of HealthPathways WA and provide log in details
- Data extraction
- Up-to-date information relevant to general practice
If you would like a Primary Health Liaison team member to contact you or your practice, please complete our contact form.
HealthPathways WA is a free to access website, run by WAPHA. It covers all three Primary Health Networks in WA; Perth North, Perth South and Country WA. The site contains condition specific pathways to assist in assessing, managing and referring patients. General Practitioners write the pathways, in consultation with specialists and other health professionals from across the state.
The aim of HealthPathways WA is to ensure patients access the right care at the right time in the right location. Pathways include local health service information, providing GPs with local referral options. HealthPathways enable a more seamless, effective and complete patient journey by combining clinical and health service information in one place.
Visit our HealthPathways WA page to read more, request the free log on details, and find out how you can be involved with developing and reviewing HealthPathways.
Information and updates
WAPHA produces a monthly GP Connect newsletter, which updates GPs on hospital referrals, HealthPathways WA and other information relevant to general practice.
We also produce a fortnightly e-newsletter called Practice Connect for Practice Managers and Practice Nurses.
Visit our newsletter page to view back editions, or to subscribe.
Education and Training Needs
WAPHA are contracted by WAGPET to provide support in delivering training for GP registrars in WA.
We provide information about education opportunities for GPs, Practice Nurses and Practice Staff via our newsletters (i.e. GP Connect for GP Education and Practice Connect for Practice Nurses and other Practice Staff)
There are a number of training providers delivering workshops in WA. These include: