Gold Coast Primary Health Network has put together a range of resources, for general practices, looking for promotional material and information to download/ print and display in their practice or share with patients.
Annual vaccination is the most important measure to prevent influenza (flu) and its complications. It is recommended for all people aged six months or older and is now available.
These posters and digital assets can be displayed in your practice or on your website, so patients know they can receive the flu vaccine at your practice.
Early advice for vaccination providers regarding the 2022 influenza season has been released.
The below resources, provided by healthdirect, has a range of social assets and downloadable posters and flyers designed to help your patients know where to turn for 24/7 information and advice about their health concerns, including mild COVID-19 symptoms, when they are on holiday and in the out-of-hours periods.
There are over 20 posters and flyers that help build consumer awareness about where to find help 24/7 – they are specifically intended for clinic and practice waiting rooms. Anyone can order and download free marketing resources.
The below suite of seven patient information sheets, produced by the Australian Department of Health, are for health care providers to use to engage people in the treatment process and reduce inappropriate prescribing and use of antibiotics. These common infections include acute bronchitis, cellulitis, urinary tract infection in non-pregnant women, leg ulcers, middle ear infection, nose & sinus infection, and sore throat. These information sheets can be used by healthcare providers to engage people in the decision-making process when treating infections and reduce unnecessary antibiotic prescribing.
Gold Coast Health has a suite of services and useful contact numbers available to help you optimise care pathways for our mutual patients. We recommend bookmarking This page in your browser for easy access to our resources including Refer Your Patient, HealthPathways and Smart Referrals.