Clinics would maximise the role of GP-led multidisciplinary care teams in the management of endometriosis and pelvic pain. At least one clinic will be established in each state and territory, with a minimum of 16 clinics to be supported.
Funding will be targeted towards clinics that currently deliver services focused on women’s health and will aim to improve the provision of diagnosis, treatment and management of endometriosis and pelvic pain.
The Department of Health and Aged Care has asked primary health networks (PHNs) to conduct this process locally on its behalf. GCPHN has chosen to distribute a broad EOI to ensure that all practices which meet the criteria have an opportunity to be considered.
PHNs have been instructed to submit nominations for a maximum of 3 practices per PHN, and to consider the following in the initial assessment of local applications:
To be considered, general practices must be accredited against the RACGP Standards for general practice (5th edition).
Please remember, there will be a minimum of 16 clinics nationally and it has not been confirmed how many will be in Queensland. The final decision on which general practices are chosen will be made by the Department of Health and Aged Care.
To discuss your interest or for further information, please contact Beverley Korn at BevK@gcphn.com.au by 21 November 5pm.
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