Here you can find the latest news from IPC Health

Stand with Community Health

IPC Health is participating in the Stand with Community Health campaign to shine a light on community health services in Victoria in the lead up to the State Election in November.

We want to prevent people going to emergency departments and reduce outpatient waitlists and support for community health to play a stronger role in an overburdened healthcare system.

Community members can show their support for the campaign by:

14/10/2018

Free and fast health check

IPC Health is participating in Stroke Week 2018 with free health checks at the following venues on Friday 7 September:

9 – 10am: Saltwater Community Centre, 153 Saltwater Promenade, Point Cook

11am – 12pm: Civic Centre, Conference Rm C & D, 45 Princes Hwy, Werribee

2 – 3pm: Manor Lakes Community Centre, 89 Manor Lakes Blvd, Wyndham Vale

Stroke can be a killer. Strokes kill more women than breast cancer and more men than prostate cancer. And yet, more than 80{edb081e267519c4db9663c7e44e2cf0cec6778f83385647368556376797c617f} of strokes are preventable. We can help identify if you are at risk, and help you avoid stroke.

5 minutes with us could save your life.

28/08/2018

Give us your feedback

IPC Health have installed a new customer feedback system at all our sites.

We are asking clients to take a moment after their visit, to fill in the short customer feedback survey on our new tablets in our waiting rooms.

The feedback we receive will help us to continually improve our service.

06/08/2018

Request for Proposal External Audit Services 

We are inviting interested parties to enter into a tender process with a view to awarding IPC Health’s External Audit Services.

IPC Health Tenders

10/07/2018

NAIDOC Week 2018

We acknowledge and celebrate NAIDOC Week 2018

09/07/2018

Bulk billed child dental care now also at our Altona Meadows campus

The Commonwealth Child Dental Benefit service allows for basic dental treatment over a 2 year period for eligible 2-17 year olds (if they receive Family Tax Benefit A or other relevant Australian Government payments) and is now available at our Altona Meadows and St Albans dental clinics.

IPC Health oral health / dental services

09/07/2018

Free flu vaccinations now at our Deer Park and Wyndham Vale GP Clinics.

For Deer Park appointments, call 9219 7142 or book online

For Wyndham Vale appointments, call 9216 7999 or book online

28/04/2018

Monday night doctor’s appointments now available for our Wyndham Vale Super Clinic GP service

Bulk Billing

You can book online or call 9216 7999.

16/04/2018

Did you know your child’s dental care can be bulk billed?

The Commonwealth Child Dental Benefit service allows for basic dental treatment over a 2 year period for eligible 2-17 year olds (if they receive Family Tax Benefit A or other relevant Australian Government payments) and is now available at our St Albans dental clinic.

26/03/2018

Family Fun Open Day

We are holding an Open Day on Saturday 24 February 2018 between 10am and 2pm at our Wyndham Vale GP Super Clinic – 510 Ballan Road Wyndham Vale.

New patients are always welcome.  Come along and meet our Doctors and other health support staff. There will be free mini health checks at the Open Day.

There will also be free family fun and entertainment, including a jumping castle, face painting, a balloon artist, a photo booth and a Country Fire Authority truck. A sausage sizzle and coffee cart will be available so people can purchase a bite to eat or drink at the event.

There will also be opportunities to discover healthy living activities with martial arts demonstrations and try outs and a yoga class and tai chi class taking place on the day.

12/02/2018

We are currently seeking new company members to join our organisation, especially from the Wyndham and Hobsons Bay areas.

Are you interested in health care and want to contribute to the wellbeing of your community? Do you want to have a voice and influence decision making within the organisation?

Why not apply to become a company member?

23/01/2018

Survive the heat this summer. Extreme heat can affect anybody. Those most at risk are older people, young children and people with a medical condition. We encourage you, your family and friends to subscribe to receive heat health alerts, this can help to keep Victorians safe this summer.

Survive the heat this summer with these five simple tips:

  • Drink more water
  • Never leave anyone in a car
  • Stay somewhere cool
  • Plan ahead
  • Check in on others
02/01/2018

IPC Health’s General Practitioners across Deer Park, Wyndham Vale and Hoppers Crossing are now registered for the Closing the Gap scheme. This means we can now offer reduced pharmaceutical costs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients.

06/12/2017

The Hon. Jill Hennessy MP, Minister for Health visited IPC Health’s Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies program today. Because of the success of the program that provides mums with the support they need to give their babies the best possible start to life, the Minister announced that the program will be expanded in rural and regional Victoria.

21/11/2017

At the Annual General Meeting on 1 November 2017, IPC Health’s Annual Report / Quality Account 2016/2017 got presented and adopted.

02/11/2017

We have new (solar powered) signage at our campuses so clients can locate us easier.

More information on referral / intake

2/11/2017

Grass pollen season (October through December) brings a seasonal increase in asthma and hay fever and also the chance of epidemic thunderstorm asthma.

Be as prepared as you can be with this public information and education campaign from the Department of Health should another epidemic thunderstorm asthma event occur again.

01/11/2017

Health literacy is a safety and quality issue in healthcare and IPC Health is very proud to have developed the Health Literacy Guide, which we are pleased to share with you.

17/09/2017

We support marriage equality

Victorian Community Health Sector Joint Statement of Support

04/09/2017

We have recently completed our first draft Reconciliation Action Plan and we would like to hear your opinion about it. You can send your feedback to our Chief Strategy, Business Development and Communications at Jayne.Nelson@ipchealth.com.au

IPC Health Reconciliation Action Plan 2017 (draft)

23/07/2017
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