Keeping up with the PHN
November 30, 2023
Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN works across the whole health system to enable a healthier community through easier access to excellent healthcare, closer to home.
One of our key roles is to make sure you have timely access to the information and support you need to deliver the best care to your patients. As well as direct liaison with our Primary Care Liaison Officers, we have several ways to stay up to date:
- Social Media – We’re on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
- PHN Website - Our website contains all you need to know about operating as a healthcare professional in our region. It provides links to finding the right care, education and events, webinars, digital support tools and much more.
- Alerts - Our GP and Allied Health alerts are distributed via email and contain urgent and important information, such as public health alerts, significant policy changes, and up-to-date details on issues such as pandemics and disaster. These are distributed ad hoc, as required. You can also subscribe to receive urgent information on public health and disaster information via text.
- Health Professionals (HP) News - HP News is targeted at the broader health care community and covers more general information about health care in our region, including new services, changes to policy, Hospital and Health Service (HHS) updates, education, and events. These are distributed fortnightly, on a Tuesday.
- PHN News - PHN News is aimed at both health care professionals and the broader community and takes a deeper look at what is happening behind the headlines across the month. It includes good news stories about the achievements of health care in our region, as well as examples of policy implementation and the activities of the PHN. Healthcare organisations, including commissioned service providers, in our region are welcome to submit stories.
Feel free to download and print our comprehensive one-pager that outlines how you can stay up to date with PHN communications: Keeping up with the PHN.