Australian Health Directory


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Use the left menu to find health professionals, hospitals, health care products and services, support organisations and solutions for wellness and independence.

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The medical specialists directory assists referring professionals to find specialists with specific interest and qualifications in a preferred geographical location. It enables consumers to choose a medical specialists for referral by their general practitioner.

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business services & suppliers

The directory features all kinds of health industry suppliers, from board and management consultants, medical and hospital suppliers, medical finance and professional indemnity providers, professional associations, hospital food suppliers, patient transport to medical waste management services.

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Featured listing

Team Leader Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Pro

Team Leader Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Pro

ACON Health Limited

Surry Hills NSW 2010

This is a great opportunity for an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person to lead a small team of community engagement and/or health promotion professionals in the development, delivery and evaluation of health promotion programs and initiatives for LGBTQ SB Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples. More....


Health news

GPs welcome Novavax but need more support with the rollout

GPs welcome Novavax but need more support with the rollout

RACGP said that more assistance is needed to the hardworking general practices delivering COVID-19 vaccines.  More...

Be UV aware this summer

Be UV aware this summer

A $10 million national awareness campaign will hit iconic Australian beaches this summer to remind Australians to be UV aware and stay safe in the sun in 2022.  More...

Help ward off dementia, step by step

Help ward off dementia, step by step

Dementia is a condition that affects close to half a million Australians and almost 1.6 million people involved in their care. But despite its prevalence, dementia remains one of the most challenging and misunderstood conditions.  More...

Cognitive decline may help predict future fracture risk in women

Cognitive decline may help predict future fracture risk in women

A 16-year study has revealed a link between cognitive decline, bone loss and fracture risk in women.  More...

Recycling face masks into roads to tackle COVID-generated waste

Recycling face masks into roads to tackle COVID-generated waste

The new road-making material developed by RMIT University researchers offers an opportunity to tackle the environmental impact of COVID-19. Using the recycled face mask material to make just one kilometre of a two-lane road would use up about 3 million masks, preventing 93 tonnes of waste from going to landfill.  More...

Michael Bloomberg and WHO call for global focus on noncommunicable diseases to save lives from COVID-19

Michael Bloomberg and WHO call for global focus on noncommunicable diseases to save lives from COVID-19

Bloomberg Philanthropies and WHO Director-General call for urgent action to tackle noncommunicable diseases like diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, cancer and respiratory diseases, which account for over 74% of deaths globally and worsen outcomes of patients with COVID-19.  More...

AMA urges better employment conditions for GPs

AMA urges better employment conditions for GPs

The AMA has released an update to its Vision Statement for General Practice Training, which comes at a critical time, with the Commonwealth Government considering further changes to General Practice Training.  More...

Barriers prevent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women from reporting family violence

Barriers prevent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women from reporting family violence

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women face barriers to reporting family violence, including the threat of child removal, homelessness and potential isolation from their family and community, new research shows.  More...