Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN) works closely with public, private and non-government organisations in the primary health care sector and across the acute care sector to improve the health and well-being of the Gold Coast. GCPHN is building ‘one world class health system’ for the Gold Coast and we know we can’t do it alone. To achieve this goal, we work closely with diverse groups, sharing knowledge and skills, working to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our primary care system, ensuring it meets local needs.
Gold Coast Health (GCH), in conjunction with the Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN), have formed the Integrated Care Alliance (ICA) and are working to create an integrated, coordinated, seamless and streamlined world class health system on the Gold Coast that strengthens the links between primary, secondary and tertiary care services to ensure a truly person-centre approach to service delivery.
The Gold Coast Primary Care Partnership Council (PCPC) first came together in 2006 as a voluntary collaboration between organisations from government and non-government sectors. The PCPC represents a broad range of primary care providers on the Gold Coast. Bringing together diverse organisations on the Gold Coast, the PCPC provides an opportunity to share information and improve coordination for the achievement of positive health outcomes for the Gold Coast Community.
For further information about the Gold Coast Primary Care Partnership Council please contact GCPHN Support, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (07) 5635 2455
The Karulbo partnership brings together the Indigenous Health Service, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation for Welfare, Resource and Housing (Krurungal), Kalwun Health Service, community and GCPHN to maximise the accessibility and utilisation of health services by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community on the Gold Coast.