HNECC PHN works with local primary health care providers, Hunter New England & Central Coast Local Health Districts and NGOs to meet local health care needs across our region.
Through our innovative programs, our communities benefit from greater coordination, better systems, and improved access to care.
We offer a range of programs and services for general practice and allied health professionals to both enhance the quality and timeliness of care provided to patients, as well as build capacity within your business to provide quality care
We have a dedicated team of Practice Support and Development Officers who provide direct support to general practices and allied health practices across the region.
Practice Support and Development Officers are the central point of contact for all health professionals. To contact the Practice Support and Development team email email@example.com or phone 1300 859 028
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land we walk upon today and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of our region.ABORIGINAL HEALTH
Ensuring residents of Aged Care Facilities receive the right care in the right place
The After Hours program improves access to primary health care outside regular operating hours
Streamlining and improving communication, with the overall aim of improved patient centered care by ensuring the right care, at the right time, at the right place, every time.AMBULANCE LIAISON OFFICER
Cancer screening rates (cervical, breast, bowel) are a national headline indicator for Primary Health Networks (PHNs) and have been identified through the Hunter New England and Central Coast (HNECC) Baseline Needs Assessment, as a priority area for the PHN.
One of the biggest issues facing those living with dementia, health professionals and carers, and our ability to implement appropriate management and care strategies, is that only fifty percent of all dementia cases in Australia are diagnosed. Of those that receive a diagnosis, the average delay between family members and close friends observing dementia symptoms and achieving a diagnosis is over three years. Through early intervention, we can reduce the impact of dementia on our clients, their carers and families, and improve their quality of life – however, early intervention begins with timely assessment and diagnosis.
Planning and Commissioning Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services in the Hunter, New England and Central Coast PHN region
Primary Health Care Services that were previously administered by Medicare Locals have now been commisioned for the 2016-17 period.FUNDED SERVICES
Patients who have been assessed as eligible and likely to benefit from this model will be offered the opportunity to voluntarily ‘enrol’ with a participating Health Care Home.
assessing, managing and referring in the most timely way.HEALTH PATHWAYS
The rate of people in our community who are overweight or obese is at a crisis point.
Developing new models of care and fundingINNOV8 HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE
HNECC PHN has a crucial role in the reform of the mental health system in our regionMENTAL HEALTH
Patientinfo is evidence based and up to datePATIENT INFO
From 30 November 2016, the Australian Government will provide free blood testing for Per- and Poly-fluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS). The free voluntary test will be offered to people who live or work, or who have lived or worked, in the Williamtown Investigation Area and who have potentially been exposed to PFAS.
The Voluntary Blood Testing Program will run concurrently with an epidemiological study and free blood testing will be available to eligible individuals until 31 March 2018.
We support general practices and health professionals to provide high quality, evidence-informed care, and to maximise their practice's efficiency and sustainabilityGENERAL PRACTICES
We provide access to a range of Continuing Professional Development opportunitiesPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
SeNT allows General Practitioners to send secure electronic referrals to both public and consenting private specialists and allied health providers
Working together respectfully and listening with open minds (and hearts) to help close the gap in Aboriginal health disadvantage
We work with clinicians, those with lived experience and local communities to develop a model of mental health care that reflects local needs and focuses on safe, effective, quality mental health care service delivery