Priority primary care centres – communications pack

Priority primary care centre (PPCC) providers and our supporting partners can visit the Victorian Department of Health website to download messaging and collateral for use in stakeholder marketing of local PPCCs. Communications resources for health and community services in our region are available below.

General Practice Updates

Latest news, CPD training, policy updates and more for general practice teams in the North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network region. Subscribe now.

My Health My Voice

Our community newsletter, My Health My Voice, will keep you updated about the work of North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN), local services available to you and local health events.

NWMPHN Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan 2021–23

Our Reconciliation Action Plan is about turning good intentions into real actions and rising to the challenge of reconciling Australia. Artwork by Dixon Patten, a proud Yorta Yorta and Gunnai man, and the team at Bayila Creative.          

Roles and responsibilities in advance care planning

This resource was developed as part of a collaborative quality improvement project conducted between June 2015 and March 2016. The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) funded the project, through Networking Health Victoria, as part of the implementation of its Advance Care Planning Strategy, Advance care planning: have the conversation – a strategy … Continued

Network News

Latest news, events, training and opportunities for our commissioned services and primary health care providers in Melbourne’s centre, north and west. Subscribe now.

Optimal Care Pathways for Prostate Cancer – Part 1/5: Prostate Screening and Referral Requirements

North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) implemented the optimal care pathways (OCPs) for cancer across the region. This is part of the Victorian Department of Health’s statewide integrated approach to OCPs. The aim is to improve patient outcomes by facilitating optimal care using evidence-based pathways of care.