RDGP are excited to announce that we have recently rebranded to FocusOne Health.
After 24 years of delivering locally integrated professional health and wellbeing services for the
community in the Riverland, and more recently the Limestone Coast and parts of the Murray Mallee;
RDGP have rebranded to FocusOne Health.
The name change and new logo presents an exciting opportunity for us to acknowledge the valuable
role RDGP continues to play in the continually evolving primary health care sector; providing
professional and quality services that look beyond just health needs. The new changes do not affect
service delivery and it is business as usual.
FocusOne Health CEO Scerina Rasheed said, ‘the rebrand is an exciting opportunity for us to
acknowledge and celebrate the connectivity our organisation has to the rural communities we are
honoured to support. Our rebrand helps us to communicate our values and focus as we evolve for our
FocusOne Health Chair Dr Ian Gartley said, ‘continuing to work with key stakeholders and health
professionals remains a focus of our organisations services, ensuring that members of the community
can expect to receive the same trusted and connected service in their community.’
FocusOne Health services, people and values remain unchanged and the organistion’s commitment to
raising awareness and improving health outcomes continues.
FocusOne Health currently employs 40 staff throughout the Riverland and Limestone Coast. Our team
provides Mental Health, Aboriginal Health, Healthy Eating Activity and Lifestyle (HEAL), Alcohol and
Other Drugs, Adult Community Education, Health Promotion and headspace Berri services.
Want to know more about FocusOne health and the specific services we provide in your community?
Please visit our new website at www.focusonehealth.com.au, view and share our promotional video
and materials on our social media pages.
Attached Photo: FocusOne Health Launch Event 11 th April 2018 at the Berri Resort Hotel. FocusOne
Health CEO Scerina Rasheed with FocusOne Health Board Members Leah Williams and Dr Ian