The information on this page is the latest information and resources to provide AMS and ACCHO Support.
The Western NSW Primary Health Network recognises and appreciates the unique role our Aboriginal Medical Services and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations play in delivering health services and support tailored specifically to meet the needs of Aboriginal communities in our region. We endeavour to do our best to support you during the COVID-19 response.
We have created this section of our website specifically for AMSs and ACCHOs to access relevant resources and information specific to Aboriginal people and health services.
We encourage you to download these resources, visit these websites and to regularly check the Department of Health and NSW Health websites for the latest COVID-19 updates.
Healthdirect Hotline: 1800 022 222
Public Health Unit: 1300 066 055
If you require clinical advice on matters relating to Communicable Diseases or other Public Health issues outside of normal hours, please contact your nearest Public Health Unit.
Bathurst: 0428 400 526
Dubbo: 0428 400 526
Broken Hill: 0419 917 426
UPDATED NSW COVID-19 RULES AND RESTRICTIONS
COVID-19 INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL RESPONSE AND ESCALATION FRAMEWORK
PPE REQUEST FORM
COVID-19 HEALTH PATHWAYS WESTERN NSW
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AMS and ACCHO Specific Resources
Community Resources - Keep the Mob Safe
COVID-19 Vaccination Information
Telehealth Services and E-Prescriptions
Respiratory Clinic Referrals
Latest COVID-19 Information and Updates
Advanced Care & NSW Ambulance Authorised Care Plans
COVID-19 Dementia Help Sheets
Dementia Australia has released four Help Sheets outlining tips for people living with dementia, carers, families and friends of people living with dementia, residential care providers and home care providers.
Access the Dementia Australia Help Sheets Here
Health and Hygiene for Practices
Returning To Work Post-Isolation
COVID-19 Mental Health and Wellbeing Support
Emergency Response Management
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Note: WNSW PHN is monitoring the COVID-19 situation daily and update and develop our pathways and links accordingly.
If you identify any errors or inconsistencies or are aware of any new or emerging critical changes that are relevant, please email the Media & Communications Coordinator.