Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN continues to support primary healthcare in our region to respond to the current COVID-19 health situation by providing services, information and resources to help practitioners support their patients.
This page contains information on the assessment and management of COVID-19, vaccinations, GP respiratory clinics, primary healthcare workforce, and clinical/patient resources.
HealthPathways contains the most up to date information on support for COVID-19 patients. Your local COVID-19 Case Management HealthPathway is available for clinicians to provide clinical guidance on the assessment, triage and management of COVID-19 positive people in the community.
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2022 GP COVID-19 Bulletins
Upcoming GP state webinar
Hosted by the Queensland PHNs
Join us as we explore the challenges that people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, including refugees and migrant workers, are facing during the pandemic.
Topic: Queensland's CALD COVID response: Let's get it right in practice.
Date: Thursday 26 May
Time: 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Dr Rachel Claydon - GP at Refugee Health Network QLD
Meryl Jones - Nurse Unit Manager for the Mater Refugee Health Service
Grace Edward - Partnerships and Community Engagement Coordinator CALD COVID-19 Health.
Fabiola Bran - Practice Manager at Inala Primary Care
There will also be an opportunity to submit questions in advance. Please email your questions to email@example.com and they will be addressed on the night (time permitting).
For more information, use the COVID-19 links below:
Contacting your Public Health Unit
Please discuss any cases of concern with your local Public Health Unit immediately so that appropriate actions and testing can be organised.
GPs are advised to notify their relevant Public Health Units of 'suspect cases' of COVID-19.
Darling Downs Health
Please use this DDH Public Health Unit Notification Form.
P: 07 4699 8240 (business hours)
P: 07 3646 1699 (after hours)
Please use this WMH Public Health Unit Notification Form.
P: 07 3818 4700 (business hours)
P: 07 3176 2111 (after hours, ask for public health)