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Weipa Integrated Health Service

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Weipa is a multipurpose health service facility providing 24-hour inpatient, outpatient, residential aged care, emergency and primary healthcare services.
Weipa offers clinic facilities from Monday to Friday, including a visiting team of specialists.
A community services team provides access to social work, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander liaison and support, dietetics, physiotherapy, diabetics education, child health, Indigenous health assessments, antenatal services and nurse-led medical officer clinics.
Additional services include palliative care, surgical and medical services, respite care, medical imaging, chronic disease management, child and maternal health, and dental.
Weipa has a service goal to provide wellness and illness services, and positive lifestyles programs with a focus on Queensland Health's priority area of chronic disease management aimed at maintaining the wellbeing of the community as a whole and specifically promoting the independence of older clients.
Telehealth services are available throughout the HHS. This service provides residents access to specialist services without having to leave their local community.
Distance to main referring hospital(s) - Cairns Hospital - 815km

Cooktown Multi-Purpose Health Service

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Cooktown Multi-Purpose Health Service (MPHS) is a 24-hour facility which provides emergency, acute and residential aged care.
The facility comprises two emergency beds, 16 acute beds, 11 residential aged care beds, and can also accommodate patients with palliative care and respite requirements.
Cooktown has an eight-chair, nurse-assisted renal dialysis unit that operates as a satellite service delivered by the Cairns Hospital's Renal Medicine Department for Cook Shire clients.
Telehealth services are available for linking with other facilities via video-conference for patients.
Distance to main referring hospital - Cairns Hospital - 330km

Georgetown Primary Health Centre

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Primary Health Centre services
Accident and emergency
General outpatients
Aged care
Palliative care

Community health
Child health
School screening
Immunisation
Mental health
Chronic disease management
Oral health

Monday to Friday
0900-1200 & 1400-1600

Weekends and Public Holidays
1000-1200

Emergencies
24/7

378km to Cairns Hospital

Croydon Primary Health Service

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Primary Health Centre services
Accident and Emergency (on call 24 hrs)
Clinical assessments
Child health
Dressings
Health promotion
Immunisations
Pathology (specimens can only be transported out on RFDS clinic day)
Palliative care
Post acute services
QAS vehicle on site staffed with volunteer drivers (evacuation to Normanton Hospital (self drive or QAS vehicle if driver available)
Royal Flying Doctor Service via telephone 24 hrs (evacuation to Cairns, Mt Isa or Townsville)
School screeing
X-Ray (limited)

525kms to Cairns Hospital

Eidsvold Multi Purpose Service

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Eidsvold MPHS is a small rural health service with both multipurpose and acute care beds catering to the needs of it's community. It provides a range of services including accommodation for long stay patients, community liaison and education.

Services Include:
Accident and Emergency
Acute Inpatient
Aged Care
Outpatients

230km to Maryborough Hospital

230km to Bundaberg Hospital

Childers Multi Purpose Health Service

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Childers MPHS provides acute inpatient, long stay older persons care, emergency medicine, mental health, allied health and oral health services to the Childers and surrounding communities.

Service Include:

CHIP
Diagnostic Radiology (limited)
Emergency Services
General Medicine
General outpatients
Maternity (limited)
Paediatrics
Palliative Care
Pathology

706km to The Prince Charles Hospital

53km to Bundaberg Hospital

Malanda Primary Health Centre

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The centre serves an area including Tarzali, the Top Gate of Gillies Highway, Yungaburra and Malanda.
Services Include:
Accident and Emergency
Home visiting by Clinical Nurse Consultant
Outpatients
Pathology
Palliative Care

The clinic is open from 0800 to 1130 and home visits are conducted between 1300 and 1630. The centre is closed on weekends and public holidays. The clinic is staffed by one Clinical Nurse Consultant only. No referral is needed to access this service.

There is parking at the front of the building and public toilets are available, both accessible by a ramp. There are two GP surgery's, pharmacy and ambulance service in Malanda. There is no public transport except for a HACC funded bus which goes to Cairns twice a week and Atherton twice weekly

ReachOut

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ReachOut is Australia’s leading online mental health organisation for young people and their parents. Our practical support, tools and tips help young people get through anything from everyday issues to tough times – and the information we offer parents makes it easier for them to help their teenagers. (Online Only)

Katie Rose Cottage Hospice

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The Hospice has been providing day hospice care, outreach palliative care and counselling services since October 2017 and will shortly be taking guests for 24/7 professional Hospice care for the terminally ill. It is a free service to guests from across the Sunshine Coast

Miles Community Care

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Established in 1997, Miles Community Care delivers Home Care Packages to Miles and surrounding areas.

Home Care Packages are for clients with more complex care needs but wish to stay in their homes longer

Jandowae Domiciliary Care

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Established in 1993, Jandowae Domiciliary Care strive to assist the frail aged and younger disabled members of our community, and their carers to obtain and maintain their optimal health, wellbeing and independence in their own home and within our community.

Servicing Jandowae, Burra Burri, Warra, Cooranga North, Bell, and Jimbour areas

“Ballara” Meandarra Home Nursing Service

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Established in 1992, the Meandarra Home Nursing Service can provide basic support services so that frail aged and younger people with a disability can continue to live in their community. These services provide eligible people with help at home, support in getting out into the community and a break for carers.

Meandarra Home Nursing Service also delivers Home Care Packages to clients with more complex needs but wish to stay in their own homes longer

Tara Community Care- WDRC

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Established in 1995, Tara Community Care aims to enhance the independence of the frail aged and people with disabilities by providing services to enable them to remain living at home.
Priority will be given to those people who are vulnerable and whose ability to live in the community is dependent on provision of external support.
Tara Community Care also deliver Home Care Packages to clients with more complex needs but wish to stay in their own homes longer

Flinders Shire Council Community Care

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The Flinders Shire Council Community Care Program aims to assist the frail and aged, people with a disability and their carers, who need support services to live independently in the community. Our services help prevent premature admission to nursing homes or other long term residential care facilities.

Flinders Shire Council Community Care offers the following Programs:

QCCS (Queensland Community Care Services)
CHSP (Commonwealth Home Support Program)
HCP (Home Care Packages, Levels 1, 2, 3 &4)
VHC (Veterans Home Care)
NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme)
MOW (Meals on Wheels)

Alpha-Jericho Community Care Services

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Services provided by this program are to assist frail older people and younger people with disabilities in the Alpha and Jericho area, who are having difficulty performing core activities of daily living and at risk of losing their independence or having to go into long term residential care. Support is also available for people who are caring for an older person