Information for GPs
GP News is our electronic newsletter for General Practitioners and Shared Maternity Care Affiliates.
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The General Practice Liaison Unit (GPLU) builds and enhances pathways, linkages, capacity, programs and services between general practice, community health care and the hospital.
The service works across the Women's, including maternity, women's health services, outpatients and emergency. The unit also manages the shared maternity care program and provides continuing professional development events for GPs and other community health professionals.
GP Liaison Unit
The General Practice Liaison Unit (GPLU) builds and enhances pathways, linkages, capacity, programs and services between general practice, community health care and the hospital.Learn more
Shared Maternity Care
Shared maternity care means that a woman's pregnancy care is shared between the Women’s and a doctor or local midwife who is affiliated with the hospital.Learn more
Clinic Access Centre
The Women’s Clinic Access Centre is a comprehensive service for managing all new referrals to outpatient clinics.Learn more
Outpatient Referral forms and criteria information for Health ProfessionalsLearn more
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GP continuing professional development
Seminars and other training for GPs and Health ProfessionalsLearn more
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