CEO Message – February 2019
Mental health often hits the headlines for the wrong reasons, so the recent announcement by the Federal Minister for Health of funding certainty for mental health services is most welcome.
The people most likely to benefit from this funding, expected to be in the order of $170 million for WA over three years, are ordinary Western Australians, the one in five who, from time to time, may experience challenges with their mental health and who are likely to benefit from short to medium term support.Read more +
South Metropolitan Health Service
Follow South Metropolitan Health Service on Facebook Following South Metropolitan Health Service (SMHS) on Facebook is a great way to keep up-to-date with happenings across the health service and its …Read more
New sexual health campaign targets youth A new sexual health campaign targeting young people aged 16 to 24 years aims to promote safe sex practices and testing for sexually transmitted …Read more
HealthPathways includes all the information GPs need to submit a referral to Central Referral Service (CRS).Read more
Immunisation and screening update
Updated immunisation resource informationRead more
GP Connect: Keeping GPs informed in the changing primary health landscape.
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