All Round Health and Community Care are pleased to advise they are now providing a refugee health specific service for our newly arrived humanitarian entrants. These medical services will have a main focus on health screening and immunisation catch-up for our New Humanitarian Entrants that enter into southern Tasmania.
The NHE Clinic (New Humanitarian Entrants) began on the 5th of February 2018 with all newly arrived entrants into southern Tasmania progressing immediately into All Round Health and Community Care’s NHE Clinic and provides its services in collaboration with the Royal Hobart Hospital refugee health specialist clinic. The program has a strong focus on providing medical services and immunisation catch-up schedules and upon completion the clients are discharged and assisted from the program into local mainstream general practices.
With the decision to close the mainstream general practice component of All Round Health and Community Care from the 18th September 2020. The teams focus will now be solely on the provision of healthcare services for our newly arrived humanitarians.
The NHE Clinic can be contacted directly on 03 62342998 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Operating hours of the Clinic are:
Tuesday 9am to 4.30pm
Wednesday 9am to 4.30pm
Thursday 9am to 4.30pm
This service is supported by Primary Health Tasmania under the Australian Government’s Primary Health Networks Program.