Clinic Services

  • Operates Tuesday and Thursday. Fee for Service applies.
  • Staffed by qualified foot care Registered Nurses.
  • Clients receive basic foot care and where necessary can be referred on to a podiatrist or GP.
  • All categories of wounds attended by Registered Nurses.
  • Communication maintained with the GP regarding changing client needs.
  • Clients with complex wounds will be referred for Nurse Practitioner review and specialist wound review if needed.
  • Immunisations administered by qualified Nurse Immunisers.
  • Annual Influenza immunisation program.
  • Provision of all immunisations on the National Immunisation Register to children and adults.
  • This service provides clinical leadership from an advanced nursing perspective
  • It adds much value to existing community services and supports hospital avoidance initiatives.
  • It integrates health care provision across residential care, acute care, subacute care and the community
  • A Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse will be available 8am – 4.30pm Monday to Friday to provide comprehensive, client-centred care to people of all ages in the community.
  • The clinic focuses on enhanced health promotion, disease prevention, chronic disease management and care coordination.
  • A Nurse Practitioner will work with a multidisciplinary team and collaborate with specialists and GPs to improve access to specialist care.
  • Access to the clinic is by GP referral, multidisciplinary service providers, hospitals, nurses, self or carer referrals.

For further information or appointment contact The District Nurses on (03) 6208 0500, 8:00am — 4:30pm.