Mental health referral and access – poster

Victoria’s mental health service system is rapidly evolving in response to reform. New local, state and federal services mean referral pathways and options for patients sometimes change. It is easy to miss a detail or refer a patient to a service that may not be right for them. You can use our single form to … Continued

NWMPHN Community Participation Plan – poster

Health equity demands that all communities can influence decisions that impact them. Optimal outcomes demand many voices participate in planning, developing and evaluating health services. To achieve this, North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network frames engagement through its Community Participation Plan. Following extensive consultation, this plan has been reviewed, renewed and refreshed for 2023-26. This … Continued

COMPASS: Connecting mental health paediatric specialists and community services – poster

North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN), in partnership with The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) Health Services Unit and Mental Health team, piloted an integrated system approach to strengthen paediatric mental health care and reduce to burden on specialist services and hospitals in the NWMPHN region. The result was a project called COMPASS – “Connecting … Continued

NWMPHN Health Needs Assessment Framework – poster

To ensure equitable access to health care across its catchment, North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) created the Health Needs Assessment Framework. The Framework, which includes a method to quantify need using the social determinants of health, recognises that the issues that the health system needs to address, especially in disadvantaged areas, are multi-faceted … Continued

How NWMPHN identifies and tackles health inequities – poster

Addressing health inequities is a complex process and requires long-term commitment. To guide this process NWMPHN developed its Access and Equity Framework 2021-2024. It provides a foundation for identifying, and addressing, inequitable health outcomes in the catchment.

Precious Time – posters and handouts

In response to community consultation, North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network (NWMPHN) has developed Precious Time – a unique website for people who have received an end-of-life diagnosis, their friends, families and carers. Precious Time provides one-stop access to hundreds of resources and services that provide support and assistance during what can be a very stressful period. … Continued

Priority primary care centres – poster – what to expect

These posters are for priority primary care centre (PPCC) providers. They help explain what patients can expect when they arrive at a PPCC. Version 1: for PPCCs funded solely by the Victorian Government A3 (digital) A3 (print) Version 2: for PPCCs that are also part of the Medicare Urgent Care Clinic network A3 (digital) A3 … Continued

Priority primary care centres – posters and flyers (location specific)

Our priority primary care centres (PPCCs) are supporting local hospitals by providing care for people with conditions that require urgent attention but not an emergency response. Download posters and flyers for each of the PPCCs in our region below. Posters – A3 Craigieburn Craigieburn and Epping Inner Melbourne Maribyrnong Melton Moonee Ponds Richmond Sunbury Sunshine … Continued

CAREinMIND™ posters

CAREinMIND™ provides free mental health services for people in north western Melbourne. These posters will help you promote the services.

NWMPHN Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan 2021–23: poster

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.