Become a FocusOne Health Member
Becoming a member provides a range of benefits for primary health care workers in the Riverland Region.
HOW DO YOU BECOME A MEMBER?
Members are welcome from across the primary health sector who conduct their services in the Riverland and meet the following membership categories:
Ordinary Membership shall be open to General Practitioners and will have full voting rights.
- Associate Membership shall be open to all GP Registrars, Interns and medical students during their term of placement within the Riverland. Associate members do not have voting rights
- Practice Membership shall be open to any General Practice operating within the Riverland and enables all current employees, including Practice Managers, Practice Nurses, Reception/Administration staff and Allied Health Professionals, to hold a membership. Practice members do not have voting rights
- Medical Specialist Membership shall be open to any Medical Specialist who conduct their clinical practice in the Riverland. Medical Specialist Membership do not have voting rights
- Allied Health Professional Membership shall be open to Allied Health Professionals who conduct their practice or are employed by a health provider in the Riverland. Allied Health Professional Membership do not have voting rights. Allied Health Professional Membership will automatically cease when a member concludes conducting their clinical practice in the Riverland
- Honorary Membership shall be available to any Medical Practitioner residing or practicing within the boundaries of RDGP. Honorary members do not have voting rights. Such membership shall be bestowed by the Board of Management.
AS A MEMBER YOU WILL BENEFIT FROM:
- Continuing Professional Education for health professionals at a reduced cost.
- Social and professional networking opportunities.
- Access to relevant and current health and services information.
- Support for new health professionals and their families to the region through establishing connections to local community groups and services.
• Nutrition • Mental health • Physical activity • Tailored health and wellbeing groups • Community programs, such as walking groups • Linkages with health and wellbeing services, such as general practice
Please click here to view flyer.
Please click here to download the GP Referral Form. *High risk clients will require a GP Referral Form to participate in physical activity programs
The Integrated Wellbeing Service (IWS) provides care coordination and support for patients with chronic disease to better manage their conditions and tackle risk behaviours that may impact their wellbeing. IWS has a strong focus on promoting healthy lifestyle behaviours and building a better understanding of chronic disease through illness prevention initiatives for patients and community. Please click here to view flyer.
-Karoonda, Lameroo, Pinnaroo, Kangaroo Island, Kingston SE, Robe and Bordertown.