Peoplebank is Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network's online consultation initiative to include you in the conversation about improving local health.

Consumers, clinicians and the entire community are an important part of our efforts to improve local health outcomes, and we've made a commitment to consult about what works, and also what needs to change.

Peoplebank is an opportunity for you to provide your thoughts, feelings and ideas on a range of projects and activities we are working on to create healthy people and healthy communities.

Click here to visit peoplebank and join the conversation.

 

We're working to create healthy people and healthy communities

Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN is a not for profit organisation primarily funded by the Commonwealth government to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the primary health care system.

 

What do we do?

HNECC PHN supports GPs and other health professionals, and delivers a range of programs.

Supporting health care professionals with:

  • HealthPathways -an online portal of localised clinical pathways
  • electronic referrals and eHealth records
  • accreditation and quality standards
  • chronic disease management and care coordination 

 We also fund and manage healthcare and support programs for people in the community including:

  • Closing the Gap Aboriginal Health programs
  • After Hours GP care
  • Primary Mental Health Services
  • Primary Allied Health Services
  • Health screening and immunisation

Maps of commissioned services in our region

The Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) has commissioned health service providers to provide services across our region. These include allied health services such as dietetics and occupational therapy, drug and alcohol services, mental health services, and services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Follow the link below to see our interactive maps of our commissioned services, to find where commissioned services are currently provided and contact details.

Click here to see our interactive maps

 

 

Our region: Hunter, New England & Central Coast

1.2 Million
LIVE IN OUR REGION
2nd Largest
PHN IN NSW
18.3%
ARE OVER 65
23 LGAs
METRO, REGIONAL & RURAL AREAS

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