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Our Services

Allied Health

North Coast Aboriginal Corporation for Community Health has the following Allied Health Services available for eligible clients. Dental Diabetes Education Mental Health/Counselling Nutrition/Dietitian Physiotherapy Podiatry To access NCACCH Allied Health Services, you will need to have a current NCACCH Health Access...

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Child Health

Ear Health Screening Hearing screening is available for children aged 4-12 years in schools across the Sunshine Coast and Gympie regions. With Otitis Media being one of the leading causes of hearing loss amongst our community, it is important to...

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Chronic Disease Management Program

The Chronic Disease Management Program (CDMP) triages referrals with a focus on clients who have been diagnosed with cardiovascular, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases, cancer, chronic renal conditions and severe sleep apnoea. (Other chronic conditions can be included, however the conditions...

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Closing the Gap

NCACCH is committed to “Close the Gap” in the health status of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people through a holistic approach to client health and wellbeing. Indigenous Health Project Officer: The Indigenous Health Project Officer (IHPO) role is to...

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GP Services

Under the unique brokerage model NCACCH provides eligible clients with access to over 520 Doctors across 68 NCACCH Approved General Practices in the NCACCH Service area. This enables you to choose a Doctor that is suitable and convenient to you in...

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Health Check Days

Since 2005 NCACCH has been hosting the Well Person’s Health Check Day (WPHC Day), alternating between the Sunshine Coast and Gympie regions each year. This community event is sponsored by Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (SCHHS) and Central Queensland, Wide...

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Men's Health

Statistics show the health of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander men is significantly worse than any other group in Australia.  NCACCH and partner organisations see the value of regular Men’s Groups as a strategy to improve the health of our...

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Mum's & Bub's Program

The Nanna Bill’s Mums & Bubs program promotes healthy outcomes and healthy lifestyle choices for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women and their babies. The program aims to assist Indigenous mothers to utilise antenatal care from their health providers and...

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Smoking Cessation

“No Durri for this Murri®” The “No Durri for this Murri®” program aims to provide services, support, and information about tobacco dependence, reducing the harms of smoking, second-hand smoke and successful quitting for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients within...

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Women's Health

Women’s Group NCACCH hold regular Women’s Groups giving community members the opportunity to come along and have a chat and meet other women. The types of things you could expect at our Women’s Groups, can include having a guest speaker come along and talk...

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715 Health Check

The aim of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Check (MBS item 715) is to help ensure that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people receive primary health care matched to their needs, by encouraging early detection, diagnosis and intervention...

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NCACCH Head Office

8/8 Innovation Parkway BIRTINYA Queensland 4575

Phone: 07 5346 9800 | Fax: 07 5346 9899