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The main role of the CCSS Program is to improve chronic disease prevention and management for local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander’s by enabling better access to allied health and specialist services.
The CCSS Care Coordinator will work to identify barriers restricting access to services, provide information about the services available within the region, encourage and support patients to access related health services as identified on their care plan, and assist patients to attend appointments and access recommended care.
Patients in the CCSS program may access supplementary services funding, which can be used flexibly when there is a barrier to care, such as a lack of available appointments with a publicly funded providor to access to affordable local transport to attend appointments.
Supplementary services funding is limited and should be used when responding to urgent needs.
Please contact Alex Rojas for more information email@example.com or call 8731 6540
To be eligible for the Care Coordination and Supplementary Services program patients must:
and have one of the following chronic diseases:
For the GP referral form, click here
For the Pharmacist referral form, click here