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Our PHN supports people with chronic disease through the Chronic Conditions Program.

We have recommissioned the Chronic Conditions Program until 30 June 2024. The program now focuses on making an impact in identified regions: Somerset, Southern Downs, Western Downs and Goondiwindi. These regions were selected based on their population of 'rising risk' - people with one or two chronic conditions, balanced with consideration of other services in the region. Focused risk factors/conditions include obesity, physical inactivity, respiratory disease, arthritis, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and chronic pain.

The PHN-supported services are listed below. For other chronic conditions support services, please search the National Health Services Directory.

My Health for life

My health for life (MH4L) is a free behaviour change program designed for people at high risk of developing a chronic disease and shows participants that making small lifestyle changes can have major health benefits.

Find out more about My health for life

Better Movement Clinic

Address and Contact:

  • Toowoomba clinic:
    5/661 Ruthven St, Toowoomba on 4632 6074
  • Dalby Clinic:
    4/66 Drayton St, Dalby on 4662 2855

Website: Better Movement Clinic website

Fee: Nil

Operating Hours

Monday to Friday 6am – 6pm

What services are provided?

Face to face interaction and intervention via an 8 week program delivered by tertiary trained health professionals to reduce the disproportionate impacts of chronic disease on the wellbeing of people living in rural and remote areas. Mobile clinic is also available.

How to refer?

Referrals may be made via GPs, Nurses, and Allied Health Professionals.

Healthy Lifestyles Australia

Address & Contact:

  • Toowoomba clinic:
    Suite 9, 7-11 Scott St, East Toowoomba on 4529 7222
  • Ipswich Clinic:
    3/43-47 Brisbane Rd, Ipswich on 3413 0722

Website: Healthy Lifestyles Australia website

Fee: Nil

Operating Hours

Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm

What services are provided?

A multidisciplinary and multi-modal format (face to face, group delivery, mobile, online group-based learning) with a coordinated approach to care, including the expertise of:

  • Dietitians
  • Exercise Physiologists
  • Diabetes Educators
  • Allied Health Assistants

How to refer?

Referrals may be made via a GP, Practice Nurses, HHS, Other medical specialists, and local Allied Health professionals.