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Useful Links

After Hours Service (13 SICK)

For an after hours medical service phone 13SICK or 137425

https://homedoctor.com.au/

Monash Children's Priority Primary Care Centre

Monash Children's Priority Primary Care Centre provides care for urgent but non-life-threatening conditions. GPs and nurses will assess you when you arrive. The service is 100% bulk billed. BOOK HERE

Glen Waverley Priority Primary Care Centre

Glen Waverley Priority Primary Care Centre provides care for urgent but non-life-threatening conditions. GPs and nurses will assess you when you arrive. The service is 100% bulk billed. BOOK HERE 

 

​Care is available for everyone, with or without a Medicare card at no cost to the patient. (Costs may be required for imaging, pathology and other services.)

Heidelberg Priority Primary Care Centre

Heidelberg Priority Primary Care Centre provides care for urgent but non-life-threatening conditions. GPs and nurses will assess you when you arrive. The service is 100% bulk billed. BOOK HERE 

 

​Care is available for everyone, with or without a Medicare card at no cost to the patient. (Costs may be required for imaging, pathology and other services.)

Pharmacy

We recommend the Kerrie Road Pharmacy just 50 metres away as our preferred pharmacy. Visit Christian, Paul and the team who will look after your prescriptions and other pharmacy needs.

http://www.kerrieroadpharmacy.com.au/

Chiropractor

We recommend the Sports & Family Chiropractic on Stephensons Road Mount Waverley as our preferred supplier of sports massages, Chinese medicine, myotherapy, podiatry and chiropractic solutions.

https://www.sportsfamilychiro.com.au/

VVP

Vulnerable People Vaccination Program

Interconnect Healthcare is pleased to partner with the Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (EMPHN) in supporting vulnerable community members in the Monash local government area.

The Vulnerable People Vaccination Program is an Australian Government funded initiative, supporting vulnerable populations to access the COVID-19 vaccine.

Eligibility

People eligible for an in-reach vaccination service include but are not limited to:

  • those who are experiencing homelessness, including those living on the streets, in emergency accommodation, boarding houses or between temporary shelters;

  • those who do not have a Medicare card or are not eligible for Medicare;

  • people with a disability or who are frail and cannot leave home (homebound individuals);

  • people in rural and remote areas with limited healthcare options, including those who cannot travel to a regional centre;

  • First Nations Peoples;

  • people living in and remote communities;

  • culturally, ethnically and linguistically diverse people, especially asylum seekers and refugees and those in older age groups who may find it difficult to use other vaccination services;

  • children aged 5-11 who have complex needs, who are not captured by another suitable vaccination channel, and

  • any other vulnerable groups identified as requiring dedicated support to access vaccinations.

Referral Process

To refer, please click here to complete our referral form. Once we have received a referral, a vaccination provider will contact the homebound person (or nominated contact person) to schedule a time for the in-reach home visit.

Further enquiries

If you require more information, please contact admin@interconnecthealthcare.com.au

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