Useful Links

Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
  • Telehealth Provider Directory

    A dedicated Telehealth Provider Directory, listing both patient end (often the GP) and distant end (Specialists, allied health etc) telehealth enabled providers.  With almost 1200 entries and has been in existence for 3 years.
    A recent enhancement was created to filter the list of providers by PHN.  This tool can be shared within your own network of providers.
Australian Government, Department of Human Services
Australian Taxation Office

Primary Health Networks (PHNs)

  • PHNs have been established with the key objectives of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for patients, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes, and improving coordination of care to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place at the right time: 

Queensland Government

  • BreastScreen Queensland

    The aim of the BreastScreen Queensland program is to reduce the impact of a breast cancer diagnosis and ensure you have the best outcome possible through early detection.  The service network includes 11 screening and assessment centres, 23 satellite screening centres and nine mobile vans covering more than 200 locations across the State.
  • Cervical Screening Services

    For information about: Queensland Cervical Screening Program; Queensland Pap Smear Register; Authorised Pap Smear Providers; Apply to be an Authorised Pap Smear Provider; Clinical cervical screening resources; Cervical screening contacts; Mobile Women's Health Service; and For consumers visit:

  • Get Healthy Information & Coaching Service 

    Get Healthy is a confidential telephone based coaching service providing people with the information, tools and support they need to make positive lifestyle changes.  Open to Queensland residents 16 years and over, Get Healthy is a great service for anyone wanting to: Eat better, Move more, Achieve and maintain a healthy weight. While eligible individuals may self-refer to Get Healthy, you are encouraged to refer any client you think would benefit from the Get Healthy service.  The new Get Healthy website contains a range of evidenced-based information and resources, including a Health Professional Referral Form that you can complete to assist your client on their journey to good health. Ph: 13HEALTH (13 43 25 84)

  • The Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) provides funding for medical aids and equipment to eligible Queensland residents who have a permanent and stabilised condition or a disability. The scheme helps people to live at home and avoid early or inappropriate residential care or hospitalisation.