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  • Hear Better, See Clearer

    The Hear Better Surgery Service improves access to ear surgery for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in rural and remote locations in Queensland. Likewise the See Clearer Surgery Service improves access to vital eye surgery for these...

  • Choose Your Own Health Career

    Introduction Funded by the Queensland Department of Health, the Health Education to Employment Pathways (HEEP) Project also known as Choose Your Own Health Career (CYO) is an interactive website highlighting vocational health career pathways for students...

  • Men's Health Matters

    CheckUP are proud to be delivering a series of men’s health workshops in partnership with Hand Heart Pocket the Charity of Freemasons Queensland. Workshops will be held at 16 locations throughout Queensland and all members of the community are...

  • Better Access to Lifestyle Modification Program

    Aim: This project aims to reduce rural and remote health disparity by increasing participation in lifestyle modification programs. Objectives: In rural and remote communities (RA 2-5): 1. Increase health professional referral/self-referral 2. Improve...

  • Genomics for GPs

    Primary Care – Genomics for GPs is a collaborative initiative between Queensland Genomics and CheckUP Australia. The initiative aims to develop workforce competency of Queensland’s general practitioners in genomic medicine, to prepare for the...

  • Health in Focus 2018

    We are excited to be launching this years Health in Focus soon. The annual survey is in its 10th year and has evolved significantly since it begun. During the past decade over 11,000 people have taken the time to respond to the survey. The aim of the...

  • Latest news

    Latest news

    Read the latest news from CheckUP and keep up with CheckUP members through the live Twitter feed.

  • Events


    In 2016, CheckUP is providing a range of events for the primary and community services sectors. CheckUP events aim to provide member organisations and broader stakeholders opportunities to connect, network and obtain current and relevant information.

  • Australian Absolute Cardiovascular Disease Risk Calculator

    Australian Absolute Cardiovascular Disease Risk Calculator

    Calculates your chance, as an individual, of getting cardiovascular disease.

  • CheckUP's RAP

    CheckUP's RAP

    CheckUP proudly launched its Reconciliation Action Plan during the Health Leaders' Forum (20 September 2013) Our journey towards reconciliation For over a decade, we have aimed to contribute positively and influence issues relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and well being.

  • Providing feedback

    Providing feedback

    Your experience is important to us, and we want to hear from you. Feedback is shared with our teams to allow us to do better job.

  • Public Health Alerts

    Public Health Alerts

    In collaboration with the Queensland Government’s Communicable Disease Branch (CDB), CheckUP has introduced a new communication protocol that utilises the CheckUP DIRECTORY (previously called the iHealth Care + Directory) to distribute all Public Health Alerts and Communiques direct to general practices and other health providers.

  • Training


    CheckUP provides customised training solutions. CheckUP responds to the emerging needs of the rapidly evolving health and community services sector, developing a skilled, competent and professional workforce.

  • Job Board

    Job Board

    We are pleased to provide the opportunity for our members and non-members to advertise their organisation's positions vacant on the CheckUP website.

  • CheckUP Creative

    CheckUP Creative

    CheckUP is able to design a communication strategy specifically to meet your organisations needs to reach Queensland-based health providers across the Primary Health Care, Social and Community Services, Mental Health and Allied Health, General Practice, Medical Specialists, Primary Health Networks (PHNs) and Hospital and Health Services (HHSs) sectors.

  • QPHCN Agenda - 27 February 2020 - updated