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DEMENTIA AWARENESS

Information provided by the Southern Mallee Primary Care Partnership in conjunction with
East Wimmera Health Service and the Buloke Shire.

My Health Record

For you & your family

What is My Health Record?


My Health Record is an online summary of your key health information.

When you have a My Health Record, your health information can be viewed securely online, from anywhere, at any time – even if you move or travel interstate. 


You can access your health information from any computer or device that’s connected to the internet.

Learn more about My Health Record


Register or access your My Health Record

To register or get access to your record, you need to create a myGov account or log in to an existing myGov account.


Sign in to myGov


Need help? Find out how to register or contact us


Opt out of My Health Record

The Opt out period for My Health Record has been extended to 31 January, 2019.

In 2019, you will get a My Health Record unless you opt out.  If you don't want a My health Record, complete the online process by 31 January, 2019.  You will need your Medicare card and driver licence (or other identification) to complete the opt-out process.


Opt out now


Links:

Control Access to my record: https://www.myhealthrecord.gov.au/for-you-your-family/howtos/control-access-my-record

Add personal health information:: https://www.myhealthrecord.gov.au/for-you-your-family/howtos/add-personal-health-information

Set privacy and security controls: https://www.myhealthrecord.gov.au/for-you-your-family/howtos/set-privacy-and-security-controls

 

https://www.youtube.com/My Health Record Australian Government

INTRODUCING OUR MANAGEMENT TEAM

L to R: Paula Noble [Primary Care Manager], Trevor Adem [Chief Executive Officer], Kris Payne [Manager People and Culture], Leon Gowlett [Finance and Administration Manager] and Pat Croft [Director of Clinical Services].

KARA COURT NATIONAL FINALIST AWARD

Kara Court was recently shortlisted for Facility Catering Service of the Year in the National Oscars Hospitality awards. 


Our submission showcased changes to meal service and socialisation for the residents at Kara Court. Highlighted was the bain-marie style of meal service promoting resident choice, changing from plastic drink ware to glass including wine glasses, weekly lunch time visitors to the facility (staff from all sections of the main hospital building) and breakfast service timeframe extended to promote resident sleep ins. 


Our representatives Sheryl Williams - Acting St Arnaud Campus Manager and Sharyn Haynes - Associate Nurse Unit Manager at Kara Court, attended the award ceremony on Monday 10th of September. 


Kara Court was awarded a certificate as a National Finalist which is a fantastic achievement and is a credit to all who provided excellent care to our residents in Kara Court. 

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