NQPHN currently commissions services in the following areas:
- After hours care
- Alcohol and other drug treatment
- Chronic condition management
- First Nations
- Maternal and child health
- Mental health and suicide prevention
- Older persons health and palliative care
The Commissioned Services Directory features an interactive map that displays NQPHN-commissioned services by category and location, making it easier for healthcare providers and consumers to locate and access these services.
The new NQPHN directory does not duplicate the My Community Directory tool, instead, it leverages the existing platform and pulls organisational information already listed on My Community Directory.
The aim is to promote NQPHN-funded service providers and raise awareness of these services among consumers and key stakeholders, whilst improving transparency around the services NQPHN funds and where.
The Commissioned Services Directory will be a valuable resource for those seeking locally-funded healthcare services in North Queensland, and will enable NQPHN to better serve the healthcare needs of the community. The information provided in the directory will assist local councils, Hospital and Health Services, and other key stakeholders to plan complementary services in the region.
If your contract has ended with NQPHN, your service will no longer appear on the NQPHN Commissioned Services Directory page, however, your listing will still be available on My Community Directory.
All services providers who receive funding from NQPHN are now required to maintain their My Community Directory listing. Simply ensure that your details are up to date by regularly reviewing your listing.
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