Challenge, Innovation, Variety
Workforce shortages in the general practitioner workforce, rising patient expectations and an increase in the numbers of elderly and chronic disease patients combined put increasing pressures on the delivery of effective primary care.
Following successful pilot program in 2015-2016, PCCS offers an innovative solution - a Transition to Primary Care Nursing Program for the more efficient delivery of primary.
The Transition to Primary Care Nursing Program is designed to reduce pressure from GPs by introducing a new generation of Registered Nurses directly into the general practice environment. The employment of nurses in the general practice can result in benefits for patient care, preventative activities, job satisfaction, and entails a significant financial outlay for the practice.
What benefits the Program offers to GPs?
- Freeing GP time by assisting with:
- Health assessments
- Wound care
- Clinical data management
- Improving patient health outcomes by contributing to
- health screening
- patient education
- health promotion
- Practice income generation
For further information, please do not hesitate contacting our office on 02 9477 8700 or by simply submitting the form below.