Research shows that better continuity of care across acute and primary care can significantly improve patient outcomes1. This leads to less hospitalisations, lower mortality, and higher levels of patient and carer satisfaction2.

As Australia’s leading in-home care specialist, we provide complex health and aged care services to more than 115,000 clients a year. Our innovative approach to integrated services sets the benchmark of care at home.

Our Silver Learnings series is one of the ways we're partnering with clinicians and referrers to help patients receive the quality care they need.



Expand your expertise

Our team of clinical experts can share their knowledge, experience, and connections on a vast range of topics such as wound care and palliative care. 

Each of our sessions offer:

  • CPD hours, including measuring outcomes hours (depending on the event)
  • real-world case studies to apply to your practice
  • opportunities to engage with industry leaders and peers
  • a chance to work with us to improve the services we offer.

Learn about the learning outcomes and topics we've covered.


Wound Management: What GPs need to know

Join our health care experts on Thursday 22 February to learn essential strategies for GPs to best manage simple to complex wounds, what community services are available, and the best referral pathways.

This free session is held at The Hub at Bentley Technology Park and provides 1.5 CPD self-logged hours as well as buffet dinner and refreshments.

Learn more or register today.


Refer to us

We provide a range of health care services across metropolitan, regional, and select remote areas in WA to help patients manage their conditions, recover after illness or surgery, or provide care at home to keep them out of hospital. 

We are committed to providing the best care for our clients, and they agree with us. In our 2022 client survey 88% of respondents were very satisfied with our care.

You can refer your patients to us with confidence. Visit our WA referral page.


1 RACGP, 2022
2 Productivity Commission, 2021