If you have a long-term health condition or a chronic disease, we’ll help you manage.

Our free Care Coordination Programs, make it easy for you to get the help you need. We can come to you or meet you at a place of your choice, so you don’t need to go anywhere to receive our care.

Working closely with you, your health professional and/or pharmacist, our care team can help you manage your health in-between visits to your GP, to help you stay healthy and out of hospital.

We aim to help you achieve your goals and better understand your condition so you can self-manage your health. Our care coordination services may include:

  • A personalised care plan based on your needs and wants, including an after-hours plan.
  • Booking appointments for other services and assistance with arranging transport to and from them.
  • Explaining medical language, and test results to you.
  • Assistance with filling your prescriptions.

We can also find health solutions when you have long wait times for the services you need.

Find out how to get started, so you can receive care at home, call our Contact Centre staff or complete our contact form today.

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Refer to us

If you are a health professional, here’s how you can refer your patients to our care programs:  

Care Coordination Services

Availability

We provide various specialised care coordination programs in Perth and some regional areas in Western Australia (WA):

  • Care Plan Support and Coordination Service: for people with mental health and/or drug and alcohol issues as well as chronic conditions (City of Wanneroo, Perth).
  • Health Navigator: virtual care support for people with chronic disease (Wheatbelt, Great Southern, and South West).
  • Diabetes Educator Services: support for people with diabetes to manage their condition (Peel, Midwest, and South West).
  • Primary Care at Home (PCAH): to connect vulnerable adults with ongoing health concerns to care they need (Perth).

 Availability varies by capacity and location. Contact us to see what is available in your area. 

Eligibility

Different eligibility criteria apply to each program. Speak to your health professional to find out if you’re eligible for a referral.

Cost

Our care coordination programs are funded through the WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) and are free for clients with a referral.

Care Coordination Services

Availability

We provide a Care Coordination Support Service in the local government areas (LGA) of Cardinia, Casey, Frankston, Greater Dandenong, Kingston, and Mornington Peninsula.

Care coordination services are also available privately in greater Melbourne, and some parts of regional Victoria through Silverchain Private Care.

Availability varies by location. Contact us to see what is available in your area. 

Eligibility

People aged 18 and over (15 and over for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders), living in the listed LGAs, with a chronic condition or complex needs, and limited access to multidisciplinary care may be eligible for this program.

You can speak to your health professional or pharmacist for more information and to get a referral.

All people 18 years and over are eligible for private services.

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Our Care Coordination Support Service is funded through the South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network (SEMPHN) and is free for clients with a referral.

For Silverchain Private Care, visit our Fees and Charges page and contact us for more details.

Care Coordination Services

Availability

Our Chronic Care Coordination Service is available in the NSW local government areas (LGA) of Bega Valley, Eurobodalla, Goulburn Mulwaree, Jervis Bay, Kiama, Queanbeyan, Palerang, Shellharbour, Shoalhaven, Snowy Monaro, Upper Lachlan Shire, Wollongong, and Yass Valley.

Eligibility

People aged 18 and over (15 and over for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders), live at home in the listed LGAs, with a chronic condition or complex needs, and eligible for a GP management plan (GPMP) or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders People Health Assessment may be eligible for this program.

You can speak to your health professional for more information and to get a referral, or contact us.

Cost

Our Chronic Care Coordination Service is funded by the COORDINARE South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network and is free for clients with a referral.

Care Coordination Services

Availability

Our Complex Care Coordination program is available in the local government areas (LGA) of Caboolture and Bribie Island.

Eligibility

Various eligibility criteria apply. Please contact one of the following GP clinics to find out if you are eligible and to get a referral:

  • Burpengary Doctors, Burpengary
  • Caboolture Indigenous and Community Medical, Caboolture.
Cost

Our Complex Care Coordination program is funded by North Metro Health (NMH) and is free for clients with a referral.

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