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  1. Weight Control Clinic

    ...obesity. In many cases, obesity can be treated by your general practitioner. Obesity is a genetic disease. If you are obese, your genes make you feel hungrier than other people do, and less satisfied after eating. This makes it very difficult to lose weight. Treatments focus on what evidence shows to be effective at reducing the hormonal drive to eat. Doctors who work in the Weight Control Clinic are also researchers within the Diabetes and Obesity Research Group at The University of...

  2. Diabetes, gland & hormone problems

    ...clinics We run the following clinics: General Endocrine Clinic Diabetes Clinic Combined Lipid and Diabetes Clinic Weight Control Clinic Weight Control and Diabetes Clinic Diabetes Complications and Assessment Service Fracture Capture Clinic Metabolic Bone Health Clinic Men's Health Clinic (run together with Radiation Oncology and Urology) High Risk Foot Clinic Adjuvant Endocrine Breast Cancer (run together with Oncology) Monthly Women’s Health Clinic...

  3. Weight loss surgery

    ...obesity as well as for improving - and sometimes reversing - other medical conditions that are related to your obesity. In most cases, our patients undergo changes that positively transforms their lives. You may be able to have surgery if previous, non-surgical attempts at weight loss haven't helped you. You will be cared for by a team that includes nurses, dieticians, psychologists, anaesthetists, and other doctors, as well as our surgeons. Surgery is performed by the Upper GI &...

  4. Oxygen Clinic

    What we do The Oxygen Clinic determines whether you may benefit from home oxygen therapy. Your doctor may request an Oxygen Clinic appointment if you are: An Austin Health patient A Victorian client of the Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA). Find out more about clinic times and bookings in Specialist Clinics . What to expect If you are an inpatient starting home oxygen therapy for the first time, we will provide you with everything you need before you leave hospital. You...

  5. SC Referral Guidleines Family Planning Clinic

    Austin Health Family Planning Clinic holds once weekly outpatient sessions to discuss and plan the treatment of patients with contraception and conditions requiring termination of pregnancy. Young adolescents with complex medical conditions and cyclic or menstrual symptoms can also be seen. Department of Health clinical urgency categories for specialist clinics Urgent: Referrals should be categorised as urgent if the patient has a condition that has the potential to deteriorate quickly,...

  6. New Dedicated Low Stimulus Vaccination Clinic

    Austin Health is working to make vaccines more accessible to the vulnerable in our community. Last week, Austin Health opened its Flanders Wing Vaccination Clinic, a new dedicated low stimulus clinic which aims to remove barriers to vaccination that patients may encounter at general vaccination clinics. Nurse Unit Manager for Austin Health’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program, Sean Mace, said Austin Health is excited to be able to provide this service for the community. “This new...

  7. Gender Clinic

    What we do We provide healthcare and gender affirmation services to transgender, gender diverse and non-binary Victorians. You can make an appointment with us if you want to start hormone therapy or are considering gender transition. Our clinic staff are experts in transgender health. Many of them also work as researchers and educators to improve the health and wellbeing of trans people. We work closely with the trans community, GPs, community organisations and researchers. Our service...

  8. Oculoplastics Clinic

    Our services We manage the following conditions: Eyelid malposition, such as entropion, ectropion, ptosis (droopy eyelid), dermatochalasis and brow ptosis Periocular skin cancer Eyelid reconstruction Blocked tear ducts Eyelid trauma and orbital trauma surgery Orbital disease and tumours Thyroid eye disease Eye problems We diagnose and treat conditions affecting the eye, eyelid and eye socket. Eye surgery We perform eye and eyelid surgery, including cataract surgery and...

  9. New 'car park' clinic for essential cardiac pacemaker checks

    16 September 2020 The Austin Health Cardi o logy team has come up with a patient centred innovative solution to ensure cardiac patients receive vital pacemaker checks during COVID-19 – the Pacemaker Car Park Clinic! "Implantable cardiac devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators need to be regularly checked using a specialised programmer to ensure they are functioning correctly," says Jo McKenna, Chief Cardiac Physiologist. "The batteries in...

  10. Virtual Fracture Clinic

    What we do The Virtual Fracture Clinic provides follow-up appointments to people who have visited the Austin Health Emergency Department with a fracture. You will have an appointment with us if your fracture needs ongoing treatment but you do not need surgery. What to expect Appointments are online via Telehealth. Our clinic is run by doctors with support from physiotherapists. Using our clinic means you do not have to visit hospital in person. You may want to have a family member or...

  11. Get your booster at our re-opened La Trobe clinic

    21 January 2021 Austin Health has expanded its vaccination capacity, and is now offering jabs for the community at our re-opened La Trobe vaccination clinic. The clinic is located at La Trobe University in Bundoora and is open from 8am - 8pm every day. You can book an appointment by calling 1800 675 398 or visiting the Victorian Government's vaccinations booking system . Nurse Unit Manager for Austin Health’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program, Sean Mace, ​​​​​​​said “The reopened...

  12. Neurobehaviour Clinic

    A psychiatrist or neuropsychologist will assess your level of functioning. This can help your treatment team develop a treatment plan, or see if you’re getting better or worse. You may have one appointment with the clinic, or several. You may also have an appointment with neurology movement disorders clinic. We sometimes work together if your issues span across both psychiatry and neurology. What to expect Neurobehaviour Clinic What to bring When you come to hospital for your...

  13. COVID-19 Vaccination eligibility declaration form

    ...clinical records – i.e. your patient medical summary as printed out from your GP’s practice; a printout of your chronic disease care plan from your GP; a discharge summary from a hospital or other medical facility; or a script in your name for a medication that you have been prescribed to treat one or more of the relevant medical conditions or one or more of the procedures in the form attached. a condition-specific identifier that you have been issued with, such as a National...

  14. Blood Pressure Disorders Clinic

    Our expertise is in conditions that affect your blood pressure, such as hypertension and postural hypotension. P ostural hypotension is a condition that causes you to faint - it is the most common cause of fainting in the elderly. Our patients also commonly have other conditions such as diabetes or Parkinson’s disease. We also see younger people who have problems like chronic fatigue syndrome, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome or Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. One of the services...

  15. Important notice about our coronavirus screening clinic

    June 23, 2020 Our coronavirus call centre is experiencing a high volume of calls and we understand it can be frustrating trying to get through. We’re sorry for any inconvenience and we please ask for your patience during this time. If you have symptoms and would like to be tested, an appointment must be made through our call centre first on 9496 6606 (8am-8pm, Monday to Friday) before coming to hospital. Alternatively, you can fill in our COVID-19 Online Screening Tool for...

  16. A growing concern: treatment of obesity at Austin Health - Professor Joseph Proietto

  17. Heart treatments

    About us The Department of Cardiology cares for adults with all forms of heart disease. We have special expertise in managing heart attacks. We perform procedures using long thin tubes called catheters to enter your heart. We guide the catheter through your blood vessels and into your heart by looking at x-ray images on a large screen. We also put in cardiac devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators and provide all of the follow-up checks for these devices. Our procedures take place...

  18. Liver & digestive diseases

    About us Gastroenterology is a large department that offers a full range of gastroenterology services for patients with all types of digestive, liver and pancreatic diseases. We provide both medical treatments and surgery. We are home to the Victorian Liver Transplant Unit. We also provide endoscopy services to the Endoscopy Unit. Our services We provide the following services: Care and treatment for a full range of gastrointestinal issues Treatment for liver diseases...

  19. COVID-19 vaccination

    Our vaccination clinics are closing to the public soon. About us Austin Health is leading the COVID-19 vaccine rollout for the north-eastern Melbourne metropolitan region. We are following the Australian Government’s phased national vaccination plan. You can find out if you are eligible by using the Australian Government Vaccine Eligibility Checker . Our services We are vaccinating eligible members of the community at our high volume clinic located at Heidelberg Repatriation...

  20. Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital

    Phone: 03 9496 5000 Fax: 03 9496 2541 About Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital has: The Surgery Centre, with eight operating theatres An expansive mental health precinct, incorporating our statewide Psychological Trauma Recovery Service , Community Recovery Program and Transition Support Unit Austin Health's Aged Care programs and Medical and Cognitive Research Unit ; the largest dementia clinical trials site in the southern...

  21. About

    ...obesity, sleep medicine, intensive care medicine, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation. We're also the largest Victorian provider of training for specialist physicians and surgeons. We deliver services for patients across four main sites in Melbourne, in locations across our community, in people's homes, and within regional hospitals across Victoria. We're an internationally recognised centre of excellence in hospital-based research. Across our sites, almost 1,000...

  22. Nicole Sheers

    ...obesity hypoventilation syndrome, modes of ventilation for people with restrictive lung disease, the role of sleep studies in implementing NIV, evaluating the VRSS' diaphragm pacing and mouthpiece ventilation programs....

  23. Join us online for ResearchFest

    ...clinician to get involved. Our research poster presentations have moved online and can be accessed now. You can also join one of our many engaging online webinars: (Links will be live during event times listed) Dunlop Medical Research Foundation Symposium | Wednesday 7 October 12.30pm - 1.45pm Three outstanding researchers share their work. Discover how yoghurt makes the difference, novel drugs for chronic pain and about gut feelings and obesity. Plus information about how...

  24. Specialist Clinics

    Where possible, Specialist Clinics (outpatient) appointments are being held by Telehealth (video), rather than in person. Find out more about coming to hospital during COVID-19 . For more information about coronavirus, visit Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS): Coronvirus . Appointments You will be contacted before your appointment to let you know if it will be conducted by Telehealth or if you will need to attend in person. You must attend your Specialist Clinic...

  25. Aged care ACCESS and HIP Referral Info

    Referral Process for- To refer for an Aged Care Assessment for Respite, Residential Care and Home Care Packages please contact MY AGED CARE Phone: 1800 200 422 Fax: 1800 728 174 Postal Address: PO BOX 210 Balwyn VIC...

  26. Paediatrics clinics

    We run the following clinics: General Paediatric Clinic Epilepsy Paediatric Clinic Diabetic Clinic Our clinics Days and times Our clinics are held at Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital. Please ensure you have the correct address before attending the clinic. General Paediatric Clinic Monday 2pm to 5pm Clinic A, Specialist Clinics Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital Wednesday 2pm to 5pm Clinic B, Specialist Clinics Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital Thursday 2pm to...

  27. Attending appointments

    Contact us if you have any questions about attending your appointment. What to do before your appointment Obtain any test results needed for your appointment Make a list of any medications or dietary supplements you take Write down any questions you may have for the specialist Check your confirmation letter for the location of your clinic appointment Check our location maps to find your clinic On the day of your appointment, bring the following items with you:...

  28. COVID-19 Screening Clinic

  29. COVID Screening Clinic (Testing)

  30. Infectious diseases

    About us Our department has close links with the Department of Microbiology at Austin Health. Some of our infectious diseases physicians are also medical microbiologists. We also work closely with government and with the University of Melbourne. We have a s trong focus on research that helps to understand and combat infectious diseases issues relevant to the Australian community . Find out more about our infectious diseases research . COVID-19 The latest information on our...

  31. Kidney transplant referrals

    Refer your patient Doctors can refer their patient to this service in several ways: Pre and post transplant assessment - contact us Direct referrals - details are provided below Refer to Kidney transplant team for a list of our physicians and surgeons. Contact us to follow up on the status of a referral, seek or provide further information in relation to a referral. Phone: 03 9496 5685 Kidney transplant workup clinic This clinic is for individuals with advanced...

  32. Physiotherapy referrals

    We accept referrals for patients presenting with acute musculoskeletal and/or orthopaedic surgical presentations from medical or allied health staff via: Austin Health inpatient wards or outpatient clinics other public hospitals (trauma only). Note: Austin Health catchment considerations may apply to acceptance of referrals and provision of treatment. Clinical service criteria When to refer All referrals meeting the clinical service criteria will be considered. Note:...

  33. Urology surgery

    About us The Urology Department specialises in conditions of the urinary tract and reproductive systems. We have a particular interest in urinary tract cancers such as cancers of the kidney, prostate, bladder and testis. We also specialise in renal stone disease and functional urology which includes issues related to incontinence in males and females as well as benign enlargement of the prostate. To speed recovery, where possible, all treatments are minimally invasive using...

  34. Kidney transplant

    About us We provide comprehensive kidney transplant services: Before transplantation During transplantation After transplantation Public and private patients are welcome, as well as regional and metropolitan patients. Our services Before transplantation We run an efficient workup and education program aimed at maximising transplant opportunities and outcomes for people with advanced kidney disease including: Pre-transplant evaluation and care of recipient candidates...

  35. Infectious diseases training

    The Department of Infectious Diseases provides inpatient infectious diseases care as well as a consultative service to all units across Austin Health. Annually, the department provides 1100-1200 formal inpatient consults and cares for 150-200 infectious diseases inpatients. We currently have 3 advanced trainees, and a PGY3 resident. Almost all consultants hold or are enrolled in higher research degrees (PhD/MD) and a number of our consultants are dual-trained in infectious diseases and...

  36. Plastic & reconstructive surgery

    Our services We care for and treat patients who need: Skin cancers and melanoma surgery Head and neck surgery Breast reconstruction Hand surgery Surgery for facial fractures Nerve and tendon transfer surgery Pressure sore surgery for patients with spinal cord injury We perform both emergency and elective (planned) surgery. Our clinics We run the following clinics: Plastic Surgery Clinic Plastics - Breast Clinic Plastics - Spasticity Surgery Clinic Plastics -...

  37. Spinal community services

    Our services We provide the following services: Spinal Community Integration Service (SCIS) Assistance for the first 12 months while people with a new spinal cord injury return to their home and community Support for you, your carers, family and health professionals to access specialist knowledge and assist with integration in the community Spinal Outreach Service (SOS) Advice on managing skin related issues Assessment and prescription of equipment Suggesting and...

  38. Palliative care

    Palliative care is the care of people with an advanced disease where a cure or recovery is unlikely. This care is extended to a person's family and carers. We work with patients and their families at any point when they require support, from diagnosis through to death and bereavement. About us Palliative care Find out more about our palliative care service Our services We provide the following services: Palliative Care Unit (PCU) Palliative Care Clinic Palliative care...

  39. Joint, muscle & soft tissue disorders

    Our services We are experts at diagnosing and treating: The many different types of arthritis Other musculoskeletal conditions including osteoarthritis, gout, osteoporosis, and some pain conditions, including fibromyalgia autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, reactive arthritis, lupus, scleroderma, Sjogren's syndrome, myositis and vasculitis We provide inpatient care and comprehensive outpatient services. Our clinics We...

  40. Diabetes education

    About us The Diabetes Education Service provides high quality, best practice education and support for people living with diabetes, their family members and support persons. We work closely with other services within Austin Health and our community partners. Diabetes education Our services We provide the following diabetes education services: One-on-one appointments for both for patients in hospital and in our clinics Insulin pump service Professional Continuous Glucose...

  41. Genetic counselling

    People seek genetic counselling when they have concerns about their health or the health of their children with conditions which may be inherited. Our Clinical Genetics service is a a team of clinical geneticists, genetic counsellors, medical oncologists and support staff, working together with other Austin Health specialists. Our team provides genetic counselling which helps people make informed decisions about their health and wellbeing through genetic diagnosis, counselling and support....

  42. Breathing & sleep disorders

    The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has announced an Urgent Product Defect Correction in Australia for 14 sleep and respiratory care devices manufactured by Philips. Find out more . Our services We provide the following services: Inpatient care on Ward 5 West Ventilation Weaning Unit Respiratory High Dependency Unit Respiratory Laboratory - provides a wide range of breathing and allergy tests Sleep Laboratory - provides a wide variety of sleep tests Victorian...

  43. Upper gastrointestinal surgery

    The Upper GI Surgical Unit performs general abdominal surgery and specialises in treatment of both cancerous and non-cancerous diseases of the oesophagus, stomach, and small bowel. We also perform weight loss surgery (or bariatric surgery). Our team are experts in 'keyhole' (or laparoscopic) surgery and endoscopic techniques . Our team is well supported by dietitians, pharmacists, psychologists, physiotherapists and our liaison nurse co-ordinator, who is also a key person in...

  44. Home Therapies Centre

    Home Therapies Centre provides home peritoneal dialysis and haemodialysis dialysis training for people who wish to dialyse themselves or with family support. We have 5 chairs. About us Our services We provide the following services: Education and assessment Peritoneal dialysis training Haemodialysis training In-home support for peritoneal dialysis patients Our clinics We run the following clinics: Renal Clinic Renal Dialysis Clinic Find out more about clinic...

  45. Skin diseases

    Skin diseases About us We provide a general Dermatology service. We review all skins problems. We have specialised clinics for skin cancer, post-transplant skin issues, and for the use of biologic drugs for more difficult skin conditions. We also offer light therapy for psoriasis. We do not offer any cosmetic services. Our services We provide the following services: General dermatology Skin cancer assessment Skin cancer surgery Phototherapy (light therapy) Biologic...

  46. Mouth, face & jaw surgery

    Our services We provide the following services: Surgery for mouth cancer Surgery for facial fractures including orbital, cheekbone and jaw fractures Head and neck surgery Upper and lower jaw reconstruction Orthognathic surgery (corrective jaw surgery) Obstructive Sleep Apnoea surgery Mouth and face surgery for both cancerous and non-cancerous diseases and deformities Implant surgery for people with head and neck cancer We perform both emergency and elective (planned)...

  47. VRSS services

    The VRSS Outreach Service is a small team made up of clinical nurse consultants, receptionist and biomedical engineers. Our role is to: Work in partnership with the wider VRSS team to prepare you for discharge from hospital Provide you, your family and carers with discharge education Provide you with ongoing phone support Visit you at home to assist with any mask or ventilator issues Care for your tracheostomy tubes Provide support and equipment for those using...

  48. Anaesthesia

    About us Anaesthesia and good pain management play a vital role in your treatment and rehabilitation. Our anaesthetists provide exceptional patient care, equal to the best available anywhere in the world. We have special expertise in anaesthesia for liver transplants, lung surgery, complex aortic surgery and other specialities. Your safety is paramount. We endeavour to make sure that you and your family know what to expect before and after your surgery. Our services We provide the...

  49. Endocrinology team

    Diabetes, gland & hormone problems Professor Jeffrey D Zajac - Director Endocrine Department A/Prof Mathis Grossmann - Men's Health Clinic Dr Elif Ekinci - Director Diabetes Professor Ego Seeman - Metabolic Bone Clinic Professor Joseph Proietto - Weight Control Clinic Professor Richard O'Brien - Lipids Clinic Lynda Smyth - Department Manager

  50. Liver & intestinal transplants

    About us Under certain circumstances patients are accepted from outside of this area. The Victorian Liver Transplant Unit cares for patients of all ages. We provide the surgical team and doctors for all children's liver transplants performed at the Royal Children’s Hospital. Children's transplants are performed in collaboration with the Royal Children's Hospital. The number of surgeries that we perform is limited by the number of suitable donor organs available. The types of...

  51. Parent infant mental health

    We can provide you with care in hospital or at home. The Parent Infant Program also has a close link with the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology’s Parent-Infant Research Institute (PIRI). About us Our services We provide the following services: Parent Infant Inpatient Program Parent Infant Mental Health Initiative Post Natal Depression Initiative Research and education Clinics We run the following clinic: The Infant Clinic - cares...

  52. Gynaecology & family planning

    About us Check with your GP to see if they offer these services. You may be able to access them in your local community rather than by coming to hospital. We do not provide general gynaecology services. General gynaecology, obstetrics and neonatal services provided at the Mercy Hospital for Women. Our services We provide the following services: Advice on the contraception options that best suit your needs Where an implant or hormonal IUD is the best option, you can often have one...

  53. Victorian Respiratory Support Service

    The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has announced an Urgent Product Defect Correction in Australia for 14 sleep and respiratory care devices manufactured by Philips. Find out more . About us The Victorian Respiratory Support Service (VRSS) is a state-wide specialist program. We provide a range of services to adults with chronic respiratory failure who need to use a ventilator. We are national leaders in home ventilation. We are actively involved in research and provide advice...

  54. Making appointments

    Patient Choice Booking explained Patient Choice Booking (PCB) is the way we book your appointment. It allows you to choose an appointment time that most suits you, from selected dates and times. When appointments become available, we send you an offer letter. You then call our call centre and discuss available clinic dates. We make appointments only seven weeks in advance so that changes are less likely and forgotten appointments are minimised. How to make appointments How to make an...

  55. Eye surgery

    Our services We provide the following services: Cataract surgery Eyelid, eye socket and tear duct reconstruction Surgery for periocular and orbital tumours (tumours of the eye and the area around the eye) Surgery for corneal and anterior segment disorders Surgery for glaucoma Laser treatment of glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and other retinopathies Our clinics We run the following clinics: Oculoplastics Clinic Ophthalmology Clinic Head of Unit Dr Joan...

  56. Ear, nose, throat, head & neck surgery

    About us We are physicians and surgeons (otolaryngologists and head and neck surgeons) who look after disorders of the head and neck region including the ears, nose and throat but not the eyes, teeth, spine or brain. Our services We perform the following procedures: Surgery for cancers of the head and neck region including: oral cavity (inside the mouth), tongue, throat and larynx (voice box) salivary glands and the thyroid gland lymph nodes of the neck skin cancers on the...

  57. Bowel surgery

    Our services We provide the following services: A range of surgical procedures from minor peri anal procedures to major surgery for cancer Stomal therapy Our clinics We run the following clinics: Preadmission Clinics Colorectal Surgery Clinics Find out more about clinic times and bookings . Head of Unit Dr Adele Burgess Specialist Clinics Find our clinic locations. Make, change or cancel an appointment. Cancer & wellness We provide comprehensive cancer...

  58. Trauma recovery

    The Psychological Trauma Recovery Service (PTRS) is a specialised, statewide service for people with trauma-related mental health conditions. We can treat you if you have a post-traumatic mental health condition that is compensable. This includes, but is not limited to: Emergency services personnel Veterans and current members of the Australian Defence Force Survivors of traumatic workplace injury Victims of crime, including sexual assault Survivors of road traffic accidents...

  59. Nerve transfers following spinal cord injury

    What is a nerve transfer? Nerve transfer surgery is when you take a nerve to a working muscle (donor nerve), cut it, and use it to re-animate a nerve that supplies a paralysed muscle (recipient nerve). Who can have the surgery? To be suitable for nerve transfer surgery, you need to have one or more suitable donor nerves. You are likely to have suitable donors if you have a C5 - C7 complete or incomplete spinal cord injury. This level of injury means that pre surgery you have movement...

  60. Endocrine (thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal & pancreas) surgery

    About us The Endocrine Surgery Unit specialises in all major types of endocrine surgery. We are a talented and dedicated team of surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, and nursing staff. We work closely with the Department of Endocrinology. Surgical operations are performed using 'keyhole' (or laparoscopic) surgery. Our services We perform surgery for: Thyroid nodules Goitres Thyrotoxicosis Gravespancreatic NETS Adrenal gland tumours...

  61. COVID: For Liver Transplant Unit patients

    Overview We’re here to support the community through the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We have processes in place to safely assess, test and manage people who may have the virus and to keep our staff, patients and visitors safe. Find out more about COVID-19 . Clinics All clinic consultations will be conducted via telephone or Telehealth until further notice, unless it is necessary to see you in person for medical reasons. You will receive a text message with instructions...

  62. Chronic wound care

    Clinics & services Helping you stay active & well at home About us We help people in our local community who have had wounds for more than 6 weeks. We have a team of health professionals with expert knowledge and experience in wound management including doctors, nurses, a podiatrist and dietitian. Our services We provide the following services: Specialist assessment and diagnosis Treatment Care planning Education and support Our clinics We run the following clinics:...

  63. Spinal surgery

    Our services We treat the following conditions: Spinal trauma Spinal tumours Spinal emergencies such as cauda equina syndrome, infection, epidural haematoma Disc protrusions and spinal stenosis causing intractable pain, radiculopathy and neurological deficit Spinal pain and nerve pain Neurological deficit, difficulty walking and paralysis Deformity Infection Clinics We run the following clinics: Spinal Surgery Clinic (Thursdays) Find out more about clinic times...

  64. Stroke

    Stroke About us The Stroke Unit provides 24/7 access to acute stroke treatment. We offer thrombolysis (a 'clot busting' drug) and endovascular clot retrieval (procedure to remove blockages in the brain), as well as on-site referrals to Neurosurgery and Vascular Surgery. After a stroke, you will be cared for on our Neurology ward, and assessed and cared for by a specialised team of nurses and allied health. The ward has a 4-bed Stroke High Dependency Unit. which includes a and assessed...

  65. Multiple sclerosis & related disorders

    Multiple sclerosis & related disorders About us The Neuro-Immunology Clinical Research, Education and Support Service (N-CRESS) has expert knowledge and interest in multiple sclerosis (MS). We also treat related diseases that are caused by changes to immunity (such as chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP) and myasthenia gravis). This is a specialty called Neuroimmunology. Our service is staffed by neurologists and nurses. We support research and are...

  66. First child vaccinations administered at the Repat

    11 January 2022 Isabelle, Caleb and Isaac were among the first 5-11 year olds to roll up their sleeves for a COVID vaccine at the Repat clinic today. Queuing before 8am, the children made their way into specially decorated cubicles with their father, Austin Health’s Dr Nick Jones and chatted with nursing staff before receiving their injections. “Vaccines are a key part of our public health response,” Nick said. “It’s great that we are now able to extend...

  67. All news

    Archived news Read all our stories from 2021. June 2022 Celebrating Pride Month at Austin Health 7 June 2022 - As we celebrate Pride Month this June, we’ve spoken to some of our staff about what Pride means to them. Power supply to the Austin Hospital 2 June 2022 - Austin Health would like to reassure patients and the community that there is no risk to power supply at the Austin Hospital. May 2022 Research shows the benefits of MS nursing care 31 May 2022 - Austin...

  68. Archived news

    Bites, stings and poisoning common this time of year 29 December 2021 - Summer is a busy time for the Victorian Poisons Information Centre, which is based at Austin Health. Professor Rinaldo Bellomo wins the GSK Award for Research Excellence 2021 16 December 2021 - Professor Rinaldo Bellomo received the prestigious award for innovative research and leadership which has revolutionised critical care medicine on a global scale, including ongoing registries and trials focused on COVID-19...

  69. Speech_Pathology_VAC

    VOICE REVISION The Voice Analysis clinic involves active observation and participation. Before attending this clinic it is strongly recommended that you revise all voice lecture notes and be confident in your theoretical knowledge. Please pay particular attention to the suggestions and questions below. There are usually 4 patients attending this clinic. Come prepared to suggest a diagnosis for each patient. Refresh your knowledge of the structure of the larynx, including the...

  70. Gastro_Colonoscopy_GP_Referral_and_Guidelines

    Colonoscopy & Flexible Sigmoidoscopy Referral Guidelines Colonoscopy & Flexible Sigmoidoscopy Referral Guidelines Austin Health Gastroenterology Clinic holds two sessions (Tuesday pm and Friday am) to discuss and plan the treatment of patients requiring a C olonoscopy or Flexible S igmoidoscopy. Department of Health clinical urgency categories for specialist clinics Urgent: Referrals should be categorised as urgent if the patient has a condition that has the...

  71. Your transplant journey

    Who can have a liver transplant? Most people who need a liver transplant suffer from long-term liver disease (cirrhosis) that is advanced and irreversible. Usually you have liver disease for months or years before symptoms occur. Not everyone with cirrhosis needs a transplant and many people can live active lives with mild forms of liver disease. Sometimes liver disease develops quickly following an infection with a virus or contact with toxic chemicals/drugs. Occasionally, you need an...

  72. For health professionals

    Doppler ultrasound Outpatient Doppler ultrasound services are provided for investigation of cerebrovascular disturbances, including stroke, with the use of a non-invasive procedure. Electroencephalography (EEG) Electroencephalography records the electrical activity of the brain. Its is useful for the investigation and management of choice for patients suspected of suffering from epilepsy and other neurological dysfunction. First Seizure Clinic A specialised service is provided for...

  73. Paediatrics

    About us The Department of Paediatrics is made up of experienced, dedicated and supportive staff including paediatricians, paediatric registrars, paediatric neurologists, neurology registrars, surgical registrars, residents, dietitians, psychiatrists, teachers, neuropsychologists and nursing staff. If your child needs to stay overnight in hospital, they will stay in Ward 2 West. Our ward is colourful and friendly. We have a playroom full of games, toys and books, as well as a children's...

  74. Speech pathology

    About us We provide speech pathology services to adult patients at Austin Hospital , Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital and Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre . Speech pathologists assess and manage patients with communication and swallowing problems. Communication problems can include: Slurred speech Difficulty understanding Difficulty speaking Difficulty reading and writing Swallowing problems can include: Coughing when eating and drinking Food getting stuck in...

  75. Liver, pancreas & gall bladder surgery

    About us The Hepatopancreatobiliary (HPB) Surgery unit is one of the largest in Australia. We have close links with the Liver Transplant Unit. We offer advanced and minimally invasive surgical and medical techniques, when approriate. All patients are seen and then discussed by a team of surgeons, cancer specialists, interventional radiologists, endoscopists and allied health professionals to create a unified treatment plan tailored to each patient's needs. Our services We treat:...

  76. Bone, joint & soft tissue surgery

    The Orthopaedic Surgery team sees over 15,000 outpatients and performs over 2,000 operations per year. We treat conditions such as sports injuries, joint replacements, fractures and spinal deformity. We take referrals and provide expert treatment relating to all orthopaedic areas. About us Our services We perform the following procedures: Reconstructive surgery Surgery for trauma and sports injuries Surgery to improve joint function (including joint replacement) Spinal...

  77. Orthotics & prosthetics

    Our team works with medical, nursing and allied health teams to prescribe, design and fit the most appropriate orthotic or prosthetic device for each patient. We manufacture custom-made orthotic and prosthetic devices in our workshop. We are a registered NDIS provider. This means you don't need to be an Austin Health patient to use our services. We accept referrals from the wider community, including private patients. Find out more about orthotic and prosthetic devices . About...

  78. GP & Hospital Primary Care Liaison Unit

    Request patient information Use our online form for GPs to request patient information. Subscribe to our GP newsletter Sign up to get the latest Austin Health news for GPs. Quick links for GPs Before you request patient information, please check My Health Record . About us The Hospital Primary Care Liaison Unit (HPCLU) provides assistance to Austin Health staff, the GP community and primary care agencies to develop links and opportunities for collaboration. The focus of the unit is...

  79. Contact us

    Our locations We deliver services for patients across four main sites in Melbourne, in locations across our community, in people's homes, and within regional hospitals across Victoria. Maps Use these maps to help you get here and to find your way around. You can also ask Reception staff or volunteers to help you. Austin Health switchboard Austin Health Phone: 03 9496 5000 Fax: 03 9458 4779 COVID-19 Screening Clinic Hotline Call our COVID-19 Screening Clinic Hotline on 1800 518...

  80. Eye problems

    The Ophthalmology unit is made up of opthalmologists (eye doctors), orthoptists (university-trained eye health professionals), a clinical nurse consultant and clerical staff. We specialise in the diagnosis and assessment of a wide range of eye problems. About us Our services We provide the following services: Assessments of common eye problems, including glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy Vision tests Tests to detect and diagnose many eye diseases Assessments of whether you...

  81. Adult mental health

    Our adult mental health services provide assessment and treatment to people from Banyule and Nillumbik. We can care for you within a range of settings: our emergency department, in mental health wards, in residential community settings and within our community clinic. In some cases, we will come to your home. You will be cared for in in the least restrictive setting that is safe for you. Our focus is on helping you to meet your goals for recoving from your illness. We are proud of the...

  82. Brain disorders

    About us We care for people with acquired brain injuries (ABI) or neurodegenerative disorders (such as Parkinson’s or Huntington's disease) who are experiencing: mental health difficulties behavioural change as a result of acquired brain injury. Our services Our Brain Disorders Program (BDP) provides the following services: ABI Behaviour Consultancy , a community-based behaviour support service for individuals with an acquired brain injury Community brain disorders...

  83. Blood vessel surgery

    About us Vascular Surgery treats a wide variety of conditions that affect you veins and arteries. We also work closely with other specialist teams such as Kidney Transplant and the High Risk Foot Ulcer and Diabetic Foot Service. We make use of many different types of surgery and other treatments. We treat complex surgical problems. Patients are referred to us from northern and eastern Victoria as well as from interstate and outside Australia. Our services We treat: Bulges...

  84. Endoscopy

    About us The Endoscopy Unit performs a range of procedures. We use a long, flexible tube with a light and camera on the end called an endoscope for most procedures. Staff insert the end with the camera into your body and look at the footage on a large screen. Some procedures are different. For example, a 'pill cam' is a tiny, capsule-shaped camera that you swallow. One of our gastroenterologists or nurse endoscopists will perform your procedure. Sometimes we may perform other minor...

  85. Nerve & tendon transfer surgery

    The Upper Limb program is provided by the Plastic Surgery Department and Upper Limb occupational therapists, rehabilitation physicians and physiotherapists from the Victorian Spinal Cord Service. Together, we work closely with you, your carers and your family to help you reach the best arm and hand function possible. Our team was one of the first in the world to introduce the nerve transfer technology for spinal cord injuries. We were also the first to do multiple nerve transfers at once....

  86. Frequently asked questions

    FAQs Who is the program for? Anyone with decreased function of their shoulder, elbow, arm or hand as a result of a spinal cord injury or other neurological condition. What does the program offer? The Upper Limb Program clinic provides information and assessment for surgical reconstruction options as well as other non-surgical treatments. When identified as suitable, people generally wait less than 6 months to proceed to surgery at the Austin Hospital. The outcome for each person will...

  87. Managing continence

    About us We aim to help you manage your continence independently and improve your quality of life. We work closely with other services, our community partners and GPs. We offer centre-based clinics and have a limited home-based nurse-led visiting service for people living in the local community. Our services We provide the following services: Comprehensive assessment, including diagnosis of underlying issues and medical investigations Treatment strategies, such as bladder...

  88. Inflammatory bowel disease

    About us The Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) service is run by the Gastroenterology Department. Our multi-disciplinary team is made up of a range of specialists including: Gastroenterologists Clinical Nurse Consultants (CNCs) Clinical Trial Coordinators (CTCs) Colorectal surgeons Pharmacist Dietitian Psychologist Pathologist Radiologist Administration Officer We have a strong research focus. We are running a number of research trials that you may be able to join....

  89. You may be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

    According to the Australian Government’s rollout plan you may be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Check if you are eligible to receive the vaccine by using the Commonwealth Government COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Checker . If you are eligible you can book an appointment at our vaccination clinic by using our online booking portal. Our clinics are located in Heidelberg (Pfizer) and Ivanhoe (AstraZeneca) and are open 8am-8pm 7 days a week (excluding...

  90. AstraZeneca green light for 18 to 39-year-olds wanting to do their part

    Individuals aged 18 to 39 can now have the AstraZeneca vaccine at Austin Health’s high volume vaccination clinic at its Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital. Student Bree Adamson, 25, received her first AstraZeneca vaccination on Monday and says she’s feeling fine. “I did some research and read some actual journal articles about the vaccines – I used to study biomedical science so I understand how vaccines work,” Bree says. She says she understands how hard the...

  91. Review appointment

    Your review appointment will be held at our COVID-19 screening clinic. Enter screening clinic car park which is off Burgundy Street. A security guard will stop you at the gate to check you are attending the clinic. Please do not wind your window down; they will be expecting you. Park in one of the car parks provided. Please call the nurse to let them know you have arrived. The mobile number was included in the text message we sent to you. Wait inside the car until the nurse comes...

  92. More than 3,000 Melbourne Market users roll up their sleeves to get jabbed

    Austin Health’s COVID-19 pop up vaccination clinic at the Melbourne Market in Epping has been a huge success, with more than 3,000 market users vaccinated during the past three weeks. Nurse Unit Manager for Austin Health’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program, Sean Mace, said the team was very happy with the turnout and the response. “It all goes towards helping protect the fresh produce supply chain,” he said. “It all went really smoothly – we had a great set...

  93. Pharmacists on the frontline

    Austin Health's COVID Vaccine Clinic Pharmacy Service has rolled up its sleeves to help deliver a growing number of vaccines to its vaccination clinics. The team was established in February and has constantly had to adapt to the changing vaccination eligibility and requirements throughout the year. Francine Tanner, Pharmacy lead for the vaccine program, manages the Pharmacy team who are working seven days a week to support the vaccination clinics. “It's a team effort between the...

  94. How much can be done in a year?

    24 February 2022 The saying tells us that the days drag on and the years fly by, but 12 months during a global pandemic is something else! It’s just ticked over one year since the first patient received their COVID vaccination at Austin Health’s ONJ Centre clinic on 22 February 2021. A/Prof Janine Trevillyan, Head of Austin Health’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program, said an amazing amount has been achieved during the last 12 months. “Our Vaccination Clinics at the...

  95. Speech_Pathology_intermediate_07

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY – OUTPATIENT CLINIC The pre-clinic activity is optional. List some characteristics of “normal” swallowing in the elderly. Your patient has been recently admitted with RLL pneumonia. They have a PHx of AF, IHD, CCF, COPD, HT, GORD, T2DM, PPM, CVA, UTI and AAA. They have been referred to Outpatients by the GP : Translate the diagnosis Translate the PHx Why might the patient be referred for speech pathology ax? Which conditions in...

  96. Speech_Pathology_OP

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY – VOICE REVISION ANATOMY OF LARYNX AND ASSOCIATED AREAS Refresh your knowledge of the structure of the larynx, including the cartilages, muscles and innervation. Review your knowledge of classification systems for voice disorders. Review assessment of dysphonia within the parameters of vocal physiology, acoustic and perceptual attributes. Be familiar with therapy techniques for voice disorders and the rationales for selection of...

  97. Heart surgery

    About us We are a leading-edge heart surgery team providing state of the art care for our patients and their families. Our services We provide the following services: Coronary artery bypass graft surgery Heart valve surgery Advanced aortic and mitral valve repair Minimally invasive mitral valve, tricuspid valve and ASD surgery Comprehensive care of acute and chronic thoracic aortic disease including both open and stent graft repairs We also support...

  98. Blood pressure, fainting & medication problems

    About us The Department of Clinical Pharmacology plays a key role in providing expertise in quality use of medicines. The Department is committed to improving patient care and treatment through research and is also affiliated with the University of Melbourne Department of Medicine. Our services We provide the following services: Care for patients with blood pressure disorders Care for patients with difficult medication problems Risk assessment and treatment for people at...

  99. Accessing patient information

    Before you request information Before contacting Austin Health to request information, please check to see if the information is already available in the patient’s My Health Record . We may upload inpatient discharge summaries, pathology reports, and radiology reports. Request patient information Use our online form for GPs to request patient information Request information from medical record Are you the patient's nominated GP? You must be the nominated GP as recorded in...

  100. Brain surgery

    About us The Neurosurgery Unit performs brain surgery. We also perform spinal surgery. We have a 32-bed acute inpatient ward. The ward has a 4-bed area where we can look after you after brain surgery, or if you are very ill. The ward also cares for people after blood vessel, face and jaw, eye and ear, nose, throat, head and neck surgery. People come here for brain surgery from across Victoria, interstate, New Zealand and Indonesia. Our services We perform surgery for: Epilepsy...

  101. Children's epilepsy

    About us Epilepsy is a common condition that causes people to have unpredictable and recurrent seizures. There are many types of epilepsy. Many types of epilepsy begin in childhood. Some people can experience a seizure and not have epilepsy. For example, 3 per cent of young children have febrile seizures. A single seizure does not mean that your child has epilepsy. Anti-epileptic medication controls seizures for most people. For some people, medication does not allow full seizure...

  102. Physiotherapy

    About us We work with patients with disease or injury to improve their ability to move and function in daily life. We do this through: Individual physical assessments Setting specific goals with patients Tailoring specific therapeutic treatments and exercise programs to patients reach their goals Our physiotherapists are highly trained and use a range of treatment approaches, including: Exercise programs to improve mobility and strengthen muscles Joint mobilisation to...

  103. Hospital mental health

    Hospital Mental Health will see you if you are: A current patient in any ward at Austin Health (excluding the psychiatric units) A patient with ongoing treatment provided by Austin Health Hospital Mental Health care is provided by two different units: Consultation Liaison Psychiatry and Clinical and Health Psychology, who each provide different services. About us Our services Our Consultation Liaison Psychiatry team provide the following services: Assessment and management of...

  104. Drug & antibiotic allergies

    Between 10 and 20% of people have been told that they are allergic to antibiotics. However, less than 1% have an antibiotic allergy when tested. The aim of the Drug & Antibiotic Allergy Service is to ensure that people with an antibiotic (or other drug) allergy are identified correctly. This ensures that you will be able to use the safest and most appropriate medication for your condition. We work closely with the Centre for Antibiotic Allergy and Research (CAAR)....

  105. Tendon transfers

    What is a tendon transfer? Tendon transfer is when you take the tendon of a working muscle (donor muscle) and re-route it to insert into the tendon of a paralysed muscle or into a bone near a joint, in order to move a joint previously moved by the paralysed muscle and restore function. Who can have the surgery? To be suitable for tendon transfer surgery you need to have one or more suitable donor muscles. You are likely to have suitable donors if you have a C5 - C7 complete or incomplete...

  106. Spasticity-related surgery

    What is spasticity? Spasticity occurs in individuals who have a medical condition or injury which affects their central nervous system. This includes spinal cord injury, acquired brain injury, cerebral palsy, stroke and multiple sclerosis. The damage to the central nervous system results in changes in the signals between the brain and the muscles and can lead to a muscle becoming more excitable. The individual feels this excitation as tightness or pulling in their muscles. Over time, the body...

  107. The Age showcases Austin Health’s COVID-19 preparation

    5 April 2020 The Sunday Age ran a story highlighting the huge amount of work taking place at Austin Health to prepare and care for patients with coronavirus. A photographer and journalist visited the Screening Clinic, as well as ICU and ED to understand what plans are in place to care for patients who present for screening or need to be admitted. The result was some incredible photos of our staff caring for patients, and quotes from Dr Stephen Warrillow (Director, ICU) and...

  108. High Risk Foot Service

    What we do The High Risk Foot Service provides assessment and treatment for individuals with complex ulcers affecting the feet and active Charcots foot (neuroarthropathy). The High Risk Foot Service can help patients with: Diabetic foot ulceration Foot ulceration of unknown cause Active Charcots foot (neuroarthropathy) Pressure injuries of the foot Find out more about clinic times and bookings in Specialist Clinics . What to expect Patients can expect to receive either a...

  109. Drug & alcohol service

    About us The Drug and Alcohol Service is a clinic led by psychiatrists, nurses and allied health staff. You can use our service if you live in the north or north-east of Melbourne and have a complicated substance use disorder. For example, you also have a mental illness, a physical health problem or other problems that are making your substance use disorder difficult to treat. We are experts in treating opioid misuse and related issues. We can also help with other severe substance use...

  110. Chronic pain care

    About us We help people in our local community with complex pain issues. We have a team of health professionals with expert knowledge and experience in pain management: Pain medicine specialists Psychiatrists Clinical psychologists Physiotherapists Nurses and allied health staff Our services We provide the following services: Comprehensive assessment Individually tailored exercise and hydrotherapy A range of education programs about pain management with an...

  111. Diabetes care

    Clinics & services Helping you stay active & well at home About us Our Diabetes Care Management & Assessment Service (DCAS) supports adults in our local community with diabetes and other chronic and complex health conditions. We have a team of health professionals with expert knowledge and experience in diabetes management: Endocrinologists Diabetes nurse educators Dietitians Nursing and allied health staff Our services We provide the following services: Supporting...

  112. Disability liaison

    About us Our Disability Liaison Officers (DLOs) support people with disability, their families and carers to access services at Austin Health. We can also help you to find what you need from other health services. We have a strong focus on making sure that you can access COVID-19 testing, treatment and vaccination easily. Austin Health is looking at ways to improve the care provided to people with disabilities, their families and carers. Please contact us with any feedback or suggestions....

  113. What to bring for a hospital stay

    If you are coming to hospital for an overnight or longer stay, bring these items with you, where relevant: Current medicines and a list of medications that you've taken in the past month Any X-rays, ultrasounds or reports Referral letters Medicare card, private health insurance details, pension card, Department of Veterans’ Affairs card, TAC and WorkCover claim numbers including employer details Pharmaceutical entitlement number Two telephone numbers of a friend or relative...

  114. Specialist Clinics referral guidelines & forms

    Our Specialist Clinic referral guidelines and forms are provided below. Referral guidelines are also published to Health Pathways Melbourne . Referral information for other services is provided in Referrals . Cancer & wellness Referral guidelines Hepatocellular carcinoma referral guidelines Lung cancer referral guidelines Oesophagogastric cancer referral guidelines Radiation oncology referral guidelines Referral forms Hepatocellular carcinoma referral form...

  115. COVID clinics vaccinate high risk staff and frontline workers

    Work to rollout the COVID-19 vaccine to priority groups through clinics at Austin Health is continuing. Second round vaccinations have begun for frontline healthcare workers, airport staff, first responders and hotel quarantine workers as part of the 1A rollout and first round vaccines have commenced for staff in the 1B category. Clinics are not yet open to the general public, but the Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital site will be the clinic used to vaccine the public once the program is...

  116. News archive - 2020

    How we're enhancing renal practice in Indonesia Helping to meet the need for kidney transplants has led Austin Health to enter into a sister-renal program with an Indonesian hospital called Dr Kariadi. Celebrating International Day of People with Disability! Did you know that one in five Australians have disability? Telehealth volunteers win Volunteering Victoria 2020 COVID-19 Innovation Award! They've been recognised for thinking of new ways to support patients, despite not being able to...

  117. Hay fever sufferers who cough and wheeze should visit their GP

    While it’s shaping up to be an average grass pollen season in Melbourne this year due to La Nina, it doesn’t mean hay fever or asthma sufferers should be complacent. Seven ‘high’ and five ‘extreme’ grass pollen days are predicted for Melbourne before the end of the year by Melbourne Pollen Count and Forecast, which forecasts the level of pollen in the air. Austin Health Respiratory Physician and Allergist, Dr Joy Lee, says November is the worst month for...

  118. New treatment for HIV patients

    Wednesday 1 December 2021 It's been 40 years since HIV was first detected, and treatments continue to advance, with progress in management and prevention therapy having positive outcomes for people’s quality of life. The latest treatment, expected to arrive in Australia in the new year, is an injectable HIV therapy which can be used both to treat people with HIV and as a preventative strategy to help those at risk of acquiring HIV. The therapy, called Cabenuva, is a monthly...

  119. Disability Liaison Officers are here to help our vulnerable community

    Austin Health’s Disability Liaison Officer program has had a busy year since its inception a year ago, with 682 referrals received. The program aims to address and improve barriers faced by people with disabilities when accessing mainstream services and to help build a culture of disability inclusion in the organisation. Austin Health Occupational Therapist within the DLO Program, Isla Jackson, says she signed up to learn more about the disability sector, but it’s been much more...

  120. Speech_Pathology_intermediate_01

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY - HEAD AND NECK and NEU ROSURGERY The pre-clinic activity is optional. T N M classifications: what do the following mean? T3N1M0 T4N2M1 T1N0M0 Major head and neck surgeries – describe the following: a mandibulectomy a glossectomy a maxillectomy a floor of mouth resection What do the following acronyms mean? BOT, FOM, PPW NGT, PEG BD, TDS, QiD SOOB, SUIB, RIB IMRT, Gy, # What is GBM? What is...

  121. Speech_Pathology_intermediate_03

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY – NEUROLOGY The pre-clinic activity is optional. Familiarize yourself with the cranial nerves involved in speech and swallowing and how they are assessed. Review procedures of a bedside swallowing assessment. What would you do if your patient coughed when drinking thin fluids? When would you consider doing a videofluoroscopy? How might it help? Review your knowledge on the clinical presentation of the following disorders. What could you possibly (and...

  122. Speech_Pathology_intermediate_06

    Pre-clinic activity – Neurological rehabilitation The pre-clinic activity is optional. Describe the presentation of a patient with lower motor neurone damage vs upper motor neurone damage with reference to motor speech and swallowing. Review procedures of a bedside swallowing assessment. What would you do if your patient coughed when drinking thin fluids? When would you consider doing an instrument swallowing assessment? How might it help? Review your knowledge...

  123. Speech_Pathology_acute1

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY - HEAD AND NECK The pre-clinic activity is designed to help you prepare for your clinical placement. Please e-mail your responses to your clinical educator(s) at least one week before commencing placement. T N M classifications: what do the following mean? T3N1M0 T4N2M1 T1N0M0 Major head and neck surgeries – describe the following: a mandibulectomy a glossectomy a maxillectomy a floor of mouth resection What are the major...

  124. Speech_Pathology_Rad

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY - HEAD AND NECK The pre-clinic activity is designed to help you prepare for your clinical placement. Please e-mail your responses to your clinical educator one week before the placement commences. T N M classifications: what do the following mean? T3N1M0 T4N2M1 T1N0M0 Major head and neck surgeries – describe the following: a mandibulectomy a glossectomy a maxillectomy a floor of mouth resection What is the standard course of radiotherapy for head and...

  125. Speech_Pathology_rehab

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY – ABI Unit The pre-clinic activity is designed to help you prepare for your clinical placement. Please e-mail your responses to your clinical educator(s) at least one week before commencing placement. Describe some of the typical cognitive/communication problems that may be present in a patient following traumatic brain injury. You need to give some basic education to your patient’s family about Post Traumatic Amnesia (PTA) and how it is...

  126. Speech_Pathology_rehab3

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY – NEUROLOGICAL REHABILITATION Health and Independence Programs The pre-clinic activity is designed to help you prepare for your clinical placement. Please approach your supervisors to discuss your responses if you would like to, during the first week of your placement. Describe the presentation of a patient with lower motor neurone damage vs upper motor neurone damage with reference to motor speech and swallowing. Review procedures of a...

  127. Speech_Pathology_resp

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY – RESPIRATORY The pre-clinic activity is designed to help you prepare for your clinical placement. Please e-mail your responses to your clinical educator(s) at least one week before commencing placement. Define ‘Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease’. What difficulties might someone with COPD have when they are eating and/or drinking? What strategies could we provide someone with if they were increasingly short of breath during/after eating? What...

  128. Speech_Pathology_trache

    PRE-CLINIC ACTIVITY The pre-clinic activity is designed to help you prepare for your clinical placement. Please e-mail your responses to your clinical educator(s) at least one week before commencing placement. Respiratory Component Define ‘Chronic Obstructive Airways Disease/Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease’: What difficulties might someone with COPD have when they are eating and/or drinking? What strategies could we provide someone with who found they were...

  129. Speech Pathology outpatient referral form (Word format)

    Speech Pathology – Outpatient Services Referral Speech Pathology – Outpatient Services Referral U.R Number ………………………………………….. Surname ……………………………………………… Given Name(s) ……………………………………….. Date of Birth .. …………………………………..……. AFFIX PATIENT LABEL HERE U.R Number ………………………………………….. Surname ……………………………………………… Given Name(s) ……………………………………….. Date of Birth .. …………………………………..……. AFFIX PATIENT LABEL...

  130. Home

    Emergency Celebrating Pride Month at Austin Health As we celebrate Pride Month this June, we’ve spoken to some of our staff about what Pride means to them Make the move to Austin Health Find out about our career opportunities for nurses > Find alternatives to emergency care For less-urgent symptoms, there are other treatment options > Research shows the benefits of MS nursing care Austin Health celebrated World MS Day on May 30. This was an opportunity to raise awareness and advocate...

  131. Concession rate parking

    Concession rate parking is available for: Frequent or long term patients and their visitors Department of Veterans Affairs Gold or White Card holders Volunteers Research participants Austin Health also offers concession rate parking for individuals who can demonstrate financial hardship. Talk to your healthcare team at the hospital for more information. Find out the concession rate parking fees for each hospital: Transport & parking at Austin Hospital Transport...

  132. Managing pain

    About us Pain is complex. We often need to involve a team of specialists from different areas to treat it effectively. We aim to empower you to take control of your pain. We work with other departments including Pharmacy, Physiotherapy and Pyschology to develop a plan to manage your pain. We see around 2000 patients every year following surgery. We also care for inpatients with complex pain. Our services We provide the following services: Every day we review and manage pain for...

  133. Heart disease

    About us The Department of Cardiology has a strong clinical, teaching and research focus. We provide services for the diagnosis, medical treatment and rehabilitation of heart disease. We also provide surgical treatments in our state-of-the-art cardiac catheterisation laboratories. Find out more about heart treatments . Our comprehensive Heart Failure Service involves a specialist Heart Function Clinic, exercise rehabilitation programs at both the hospital and in regional community...

  134. Health Information Services

    Health Information Services (HIS) manages all patient-related information and data for Austin Health. Medical record management We provide the following services: Manage scanned and historic paper-based medical records Manage paper and digital medical record forms Manage health information policies, such as patient privacy, patient registration, record access Produce Specialist Clinic letters and operation reports Manage Austin Health corporate records Maintain and support...

  135. Nerve & brain conditions

    The Neurology Department provides all areas of neurology including the specialties of stroke, epilepsy, movement disorders, neuroimmunology and clinical research. Our department consists of more than 100 physicians, scientists, nursing and allied health professionals, many of whom have gained national and international recognition for their clinical and/or research efforts. About us Our services We provide the following services: Acute stroke care unit Comprehensive epilepsy...

  136. Brain surgery team

    Our surgeons Mr Gus Gonzalvo - Director Neurosurgery Professor Gavin Fabinyi - Neurosurgeon Mr Myron Rogers - Neurosurgeon Professor Gavin A. Davis - Neurosurgeon Mr Armin Drnda - Neurosurgeon Mr Kristian Bulluss - Neurosurgeon Mr Tony Goldschlager - Neurosurgeon Mr Jeremy Russell - Neurosurgeon Mr John McMahon - Neurosurgeon Dr Simon Manners - Spinal Fellow Dr Dorethea Miller - Epilepsy Fellow Dr Wayne Ng - Senior Registrar Dr Fahmi Abdul...

  137. Domiciliary physiotherapy

    While originally designed to meet the requests of Post Acute Care and Hospital in the Home, our service has expanded to include Community Link, NEDID, Rehab in the Home, Chronic Disease Management and other services. As well as general debility, neurological and orthopaedic treatment, our physios are able to provide specialist cardiothoracic physiotherapy in the home. Conditions seen include: COPD Acute pneumonia Post-op respiratory failure Neuromuscular disorders Polio Other...

  138. Podiatry

    Our podiatrists are experts in foot, ankle and lower limb health. We work closely with other services, our community partners and general practice. About us Our services We provide care and treatment for patients in hospital with: Foot ulcer Risk of deterioration due to their foot condition Foot conditon that is impacting the patient's ability to be discharged We consult with patients and staff on: Diabetic foot complications Wound management Our podiatrists are...

  139. Rehabilitation for amputees

    About us The General & Amputee Rehabilitation team at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre provides specialised prosthetic and non-prosthetic rehabilitation following an amputation. Our services We provide the following services: Inpatient rehabilitation Outpatient rehabilitation Inpatients Our rehabilitation services take into account the person's circumstances and goals. Our therapy team works with the patient and their family or support network to provide...

  140. Spinal team

    Medical Director Dr Andrew Nunn Director Phone: 03 9496 5000 andrew.nunn@austin.org.au Management Belinda Rickard Divsional Manager Neurosciences and Vascular Phone: 03 9496 4986 belinda.rickard@austin.org.au Nursing managers of our wards Belinda Ford Nurse Unit Manager - Acute Phone: 03 9496 5907 belinda.ford@austin.org.au Donna Ashworth / Stefani Manas Nurse Unit Managers - Rehabilitation Phone: 03 9490 7305 donna.ashworth@austin.org.au...

  141. Nurse Practitioners

    Exciting opportunities exist in Austin Health for two new Nurse Practitioner (NP) candidates. The new Stroke Nurse Practitioner candidate position provides an exciting opportunity for a senior nurse with neurology experience and clinical leadership qualities. The Stroke NP candidate will undertake a liaison role and work to improve continuity of care from the Emergency Department on to Outpatients and primary care. The Stroke NP candidate will play a senior role in the multidisciplinary...

  142. Kidney care & dialysis

    Our Nephrology service cares for people with kidney (renal) disease and other conditions related to the kidneys. We have many services in different locations. Each has a different focus. Our services work together to provide you with the best treatment for your situation. About us Our services Acute and chronic kidney disease Specialist Clinics (outpatient renal clinics) Inpatient renal ward (7 North) Renal consultation service Kidney biopsy service Renal genetics...

  143. Child & youth mental health

    Child & youth mental health Our child and youth mental health services provide assessment and treatment to children and young people. Care is provided within our wards as well as in our community clinic. We also have some outreach services that visit you at home. We also play a strong role in educating and building the skills of people and organisations who have a role in supporting young people’s mental health. This includes programs run in collaboration with local schools. Our...

  144. Case management

    The North East Continuing Care Service (NECCS) offers a case management service to people between 16 and 64 years who live in the City of Banyule or Shire of Nillumbik. Consultation and education are important parts of our service. We aim to increase community awareness and understanding of emotional and psychiatric problems. We work closely with other agencies, GPs and private psychiatrists. We're not an acute service for people who are in crisis. Contact our crisis service or if it's an...

  145. Mobile outreach

    The North East Mobile Support & Treatment Service (NEMSTS) is a mobile outreach service for people with long-term mental illness who live in the City of Banyule or Shire of Nillumbik. Most clients of our service are aged between 16 and 64. You can use our service for as long as you need. We will come to your home or another place of your choice. We will work with you, your family and carers so that you can live an active and productive life in the community. About us Our services...

  146. Primary Mental Health Team

    Our Primary Mental Health Team is made up of multi-disciplinary mental health clinicians. We provide one-off, non-urgent mental health assessment and treatment recommendations. You can use our service if you: live in the City of Banyule or the Shire of Nillumbik are aged between 18 and 64 years are managed by a primary care provider such as a GP are not in crisis or a current client of the mental health service. Our team can provide a mental health assessment and connect you to...

  147. Veterans & serving members

    The Veterans and Serving Members Unit (VSMU) takes a whole-of-life approach to your mental health treatment and support. We are leaders in developing community-based mental health treatment services for veterans and their family members. About us Our services We provide the following services: Outpatient clinic PTSD group treatment program Older veterans psychiatry Rehabilitation workgroup Clinics & services Trauma recovery Veteran liaison We provide support and...

  148. Interpreters

    It is your right to request a confidential, NAATI-qualified interpreter if you are a patient at Austin Health. We do not encourage using family, friends or bilingual staff to interpret. Family and friends have an important role to play in supporting you. About us Our services We provide the following services: On-site interpreters Telehealth (video) interpreters Telephone interpreters (available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week) While every effort is made to provide an on site...

  149. Telehealth

    Preparing for your call Starting your call Getting help with your call Other languages Follow our simple instructions for preparing and starting your Telehealth appointment. If you have trouble, we can help you. If you need information in your language, we can help you. What is Telehealth? Telehealth is a video call appointment with your healthcare provider. You can attend your appointment via video call from any location, such as your home, work or your GPs clinic. We use the...

  150. Epilepsy

    Epilepsy is a common condition that causes people to have unpredictable and recurrent seizures, caused by sudden disruptions to the electrical activity in the brain. Epilepsy can begin in childhood or adulthood. We are the leading epilepsy centre in Australia. We treat patients from around Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. We are recognised as an international leader in both clinical care and research. Depending on your needs, you may be referred for an appointment at one of...

  151. Emergency care options

    Medical Centres open now If it is not an emergency but you need to see a doctor, it may be faster and more convenient for you to see your GP or visit a local medical centre. View a list of medical centres open now in the Heidelberg area. GP respiratory clinics GP respiratory clinics are for people that are unwell with mild respiratory symptoms (such as coughing, runny nose, fever) or other COVID-19 symptoms (such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea). They are free for everyone (babies,...

  152. COVID-19

    Only come straight to hospital if it is a medical emergency or call 000 for an ambulance. Come alone if you can. If you need assistance, bring one person only. If you've been tested and you're waiting for your results, please be patient. We'll contact you as soon as we have the results. Coming to hospital COVID-19 testing Find out where you can get a PCR test for COVID-19. Get vaccinated Book an appointment to get vaccinated against COVID-19 at our high-volume clinic. Recovering...

  153. COVID-19: For VRSS patients

    Department of Health and Human Services coronavirus (COVID-19) information Visit this website for the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic in Victoria. Austin Health coronavirus (COVID-19) information Information about our screening clinic, and the latest information on visitor restrictions and access to our hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic. General advice Specialist Clinics Specialist Clinics (outpatient) appointments are being held by phone or Telehealth, where...

  154. COVID-19 testing

    Other COVID-19 testing options Find a testing location Visit the Victorian Government's Coronavirus website to find out where to get tested for COVID-19 in Victoria . COVID tests are still available at a number of other spots including at the drive through clinic on the corner of Bell St and Waterdale Rd. Get tested at home If you cannot leave home due to mobility, disability or other reasons, you can arrange to get tested at home. Call the Victorian Government's...

  155. Chair of Physiotherapy receives over $7 million in grants

    Friday 3 July 2020 University of Melbourne Chair of Physiotherapy at Austin Health, Professor David Berlowitz has had quite a memorable week. He is the recipient of three separate grants, totalling a combined $7,409,612.55. “It’s quite humbling, I don’t know how best to explain it. I am a clinician, I am a physio, I don’t do much hands-on work anymore, but I really care about what happens to patients. I’m excited about what this means for them,” David...

  156. Thanks for helping to keep our community safe

    Monday 13 July 2020 Over the past 7 days we’ve screened 2654 people through our call centre and tested 2193 people in our screening clinic. It’s great to see the community doing their bit and getting tested if they have symptoms. Remember, If you have a fever, chills, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, or loss of smell or taste – no matter how mild – you should arrange to be tested. Call our COVID-19 hotline on 9496 6606 (8am-8pm, Monday to...

  157. Is your pet helping you through the pandemic?

    New research by Guide Dogs Victoria has found that four out of five Australians rely on their pets for emotional support during the coronavirus pandemic. Our staff shared how their pets are helping with their mental health and wellbeing during this time. ICU Clinical Support Nurse/Clinical Nurse Specialist, Hannah Davey with her new puppy Georgie “Georgie is a chocolate Labrador and is 14 weeks old. Georgie has been a great support during lockdown! She’s playful and...

  158. For health professionals

    Clinics & services Kidney care & dialysis We accept GP and specialist referrals to this service. Find out how to refer your patient . Dialysis We provide dialysis services in hospital, in the community and at home. Renal dietitians This dietetic service includes nutritional screening, assessment, suitable food provision, education and support for all Austin Health renal inpatients, outpatients and their carers. Renal social workers Our renal social workers assist patients, their...

  159. Dementia & memory

    Clinics & services Helping you stay active & well at home About us Our Cognitive, Dementia and Memory Service (CDAMS) is a specialist diagnostic service for people who are concerned about changes in their memory and thinking. We have a team of health professionals with expert knowledge and experience in cognitive, dementia and memory problems: Geriatricians Neurologists Allied health and nursing staff Neuropsychologists Our services We provide the following services:...

  160. Ambulatory care

    About us We treat more than 40 patients per day for procedures which do not require general anaesthetic, infusions and other treatments that would otherwise require a hospital stay. The benefit of attending our Ambulatory Care Centre is the flexibility for patients to schedule their hospital treatment around their normal daily activities. Our services We provide the following services: Procedures which do not require general anaesthetic Infusions and transfusions Specialist...

  161. Managing respiratory disease

    About us Our Respiratory Outreach team supports adults in our local community to manage their newly diagnosed or long-term (chronic) respiratory disease. We can visit clients in their home. Clients can also choose to come in for appointments. Our Respiratory Outreach team includes: Respiratory physician Respiratory nurses Pharmacist (if required) Our services We provide the following services: Phone and home visit follow-up, to support clients following a hospital stay...

  162. Hospital in the home

    About us Our experienced nurses will visit you at home to provide care. Sometimes other people might call or visit you too, such as pharmacists, physiotherapists or dietiitians. Using the Hospital in the Home (or HITH) service means that you can go home from hospital sooner. How does it work? If the team caring for you think that HITH is right for you, they will refer you to our service. A nurse will assess you. If you are eligible, we will organise home visits for you. We provide...

  163. Ongoing care

    This care and support could be anything from specialised rehabilitation after surgery, activities to keep you healthy, safe and active , through to follow up clinic appointments. While you are in hospital, your care team works with you and your family to set goals appropriate for your condition, recovery and ongoing needs. We plan your care around these goals. When you no longer need hospital care, it may be better for you to receive the care and support you need in other locations -...

  164. General medical problems

    General medical problems About us The General Medicine Department cares for acutely unwell patients with a wide variety of medical issues. We will also be part of your care if you have complex medical issues that need to be managed during surgery. Our doctors come from different medical backgrounds and provide you with holistic care. We work closely with the other teams providing your care, such as other medical specialists and allied health professionals (for example, physiotherapists...

  165. Specialist Clinics MBS funding

    How will patient care be funded? Where possible, Austin Health accesses Medicare funding in order to supplement limited funding provided by the Victorian government. Medical staff are generally employed under Rights of Private Practice agreements which enable them to see patients in the public facility and allocate funding back to the hospital. For each consult/service, eligibility for Medicare funding is assessed and the appropriate funding source allocated. Each service can only be...

  166. Repat celebrates 80 years of caring

    13 March 2021 This weekend marks 80 years since the Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital opened on 13 March 1941. Austin Health CEO, Adam Horsburgh, said the Repat has a long and proud history of caring for patients from all walks of life. “Many people in the community know about the original role the Repatriation Hospital in Banksia St played caring for soldiers and others returning from World War II,” Adam said. “But the services provided at the Repat continue to evolve...

  167. Patient transport buggy at Repat named after Simpson and his donkey

    1 June 2021 Patient Services Assistant (PSA), Helen Gregory, has worked at our Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital for more than 12 years. “As a PSA, some of my duties include moving equipment around the hospital, delivering bloods and specimens to pathology, as well as transporting patients,” says Helen. One of Helen’s most high-profile jobs is driving patients around the Repat in the transport buggy. “As you know the Repat is quite large, and sometimes patients...

  168. Commemoration of modern soldiers takes place 100 years to the day

    21 June 2021 The Minister for Veterans, the Hon Shaun Leane MP, visited the Repat yesterday to unveil a structure commemorating the sacrifice of those who have served Australia in military conflicts since 1975. The unveiling also marked 100 years to the day since the then Governor of Victoria opened a similar monument in Heidelberg to acknowledged the contribution of those who served Australia in World War 1. Veterans Liaison Officer, Rob Winther, said the ‘obelisk’ was an...

  169. Richard’s new lease on life thanks to liver donation

    Tuesday 27 July 2021 When Bendigo resident Richard Betteridge was told he’d need a liver transplant, he felt like his whole life collapsed. “I didn’t drink or take drugs, I didn’t have hepatitis or diabetes, what had gone wrong with my body?” he says. “It was a scary time.” Richard had been unwell for four years and knew there was something seriously wrong, but no one could tell him what it was. It wasn’t until he went to Austin...

  170. What you need to know this World Hepatitis Day

    Tuesday 28 July 2021 Every 30 seconds, someone loses their life to hepatitis. The global theme this World Hepatitis Day is “Hep Can’t Wait” asking people not to delay testing and treatment. Hepatitis is the inflammation that occurs in the liver which can lead to serious liver damage or even liver cancer. There are five main strains of the hepatitis virus – A, B, C, D and E. Together, hepatitis B and C are the most common which result in 1.1 million deaths and 3...

  171. Fresh produce supply chain workers roll up to get jabbed

    Austin Health has established a COVID-19 pop up vaccination clinic at the Melbourne Wholesale Market in Epping, ensuring essential workers in Victoria’s fresh produce supply chain are protected. The vaccination hub – which became operational yesterday – will operate for the next three weeks administering Pfizer vaccines to members of the Market community. Nurse Unit Manager for Austin Health’s COVID-19 Vaccination Program, Sean Mace, said the first day went well,...

  172. New Alzheimer’s trial aims to prevent the disease before symptoms take hold

    Recruitment is underway for a new Alzheimer’s trial which aims to remove the protein that causes the disease, long before participants display any symptoms. “The amyloid protein causes Alzheimer’s and it builds up for 15 years before you develop symptoms,” Austin Health Aged Care and Memory Clinic Director, Associate Professor Michael Woodward, says. “The hope is that by removing the protein, participants won’t get Alzheimer’s.” The AHEAD...

  173. High Risk Foot Service saving diabetic feet one step at a time

    Diabetes now affects more than 1 in 11 adults globally (463 million), and that number is continuously on the rise. This year the Podiatry team has initiated a High-Risk Foot Service model of care to reduce the instance of foot ulcers, hospitalisation and amputation for diabetes patients. Diabetes can lead to nerve, circulation and structural change in the foot, which increase the likelihood of patients developing an ulcer that is difficult to heal - potentially leading to amputation....

  174. BDP information and referrals

    Contact our intake worker Our highly trained clinicians can respond to a diverse range of queries concerning people with acquired brain injury or neurodegenerative disorders. Your first step is to contact the Brain Disorders Program (BDP) intake worker. Our intake worker can be contacted from Monday to Friday between 12.30pm and 4.30pm. Brain Disorders Program Community Services Phone: 03 9490 7366 Email: bdpv@austin.org.au Fax: 03 9490 7358 Postal address Brain...

  175. 2020-21 AGM recognises Austin Health staff contribution

    Tuesday December 14 Austin Health held its 2021 Annual General (AGM) meeting at 5pm on Thursday 9 December 2021. CEO Adam Horsburgh - who recently returned from a secondment to the Department of Health – described our staff response to COVID-19 as “nothing short of remarkable.” Adam noted the collaborative work of the clinical and support services teams to develop our clinical response plan and thanked everyone for their hard work. Adam described the plan as an...

  176. Aboriginal health hub

    Ngarra Jarra Aboriginal health We support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and their family while using hospital services. Veterans & serving members We provide mental health treatment to veterans and current members of the Australian Defence Force and provide support to their family members. Disability liaison We support people with disability to use hospital services and access the care and treatment they need. Information for patients & visitors A guide to everything you...

  177. Caring for asthma patients this World Asthma Day

    3 May 2022 Today is World Asthma Day and we asked Asthma Nurse, Karen Lamb, to share with us a bit about her role and how she works with patients to manage their asthma. "I very much enjoy my role as an Asthma Nurse, and have been working with people with asthma for the past 10 years," Karen said. "My role here at Austin health is working in the Asthma and Allergy clinic, providing education and support for people to assist them with management of their asthma and to improve and maintain...

  178. BDPCS referral form 2018

    1. SERVICE: ABI Behaviour Consultancy: CBDATS: DATE: 2. CLIENT DETAILS SURNAME: GIVEN NAMES: TITLE: DATE OF BIRTH: RAPID UR: AUSTIN UR: ADDRESS: Pcode: Withheld: PHONE: (H):...

  179. SC Endoscopy referral form

    Page 1 of 2 ENDOSCOPY REFERRAL FORM ENDOSCOPY REFERRAL FORM GP ENDOSCOPY REFERRAL Surname …………………………………………….. Given Name(s) ………………………………………. Date of Birth ..…………………………………..… Address:…………………………………………… Please complete all relevant sections. Please attach any supporting documents (imaging, endoscopy, pathology reports) and fax to specialist clinics on 03 9496 2097 **Note – incomplete referrals will not be accepted** Patient...

  180. Registrar Pager List

    31st August 2020 REGISTRARS 3RD YEAR 2ND YEAR INTERNS Admitting Med Reg Ext 8656 CARDIAC SURG O/C mobile 0431658789 Ch’ng S Kheslat H Florisson D Pradhan N Mob Mob Mob Mob Harvey M 1621 Khan I 1654 CARDIOLOGY O/C Mobile Echo Fell CCU Cath Lab All calls DBH ; O/S ED , W/d Ref Outpatients 0437667563 Pope...

  181. Brain disorders program community services referral form

    BRAIN DISORDERS PROGRAM COMMUNITY SERVICES REFERRAL FORM BRAIN DISORDERS PROGRAM COMMUNITY SERVICES REFERRAL FORM 1. SERVICE: ABI Behaviour Consultancy: CBDATS: DATE: 2. CLIENT DETAILS SURNAME: GIVEN NAMES: TITLE: DATE OF BIRTH: RAPID UR: AUSTIN UR: ADDRESS: Pcode: Withheld: PHONE: (H): (M):...