To us, Health means that we work in partnership with our patients doing our best to deliver the right sort of health care for you. All our senior staff mentor, teach and support our up and coming practitioners-in-training. We provide all our staff with ongoing training to increase their professional knowledge and expand the scope of what they can do for you.


The Hub is all about how we work in teams and in community. Our health care professionals working in clinical and care teams are able do the following:

  • Work with a wide range of health professionals and community workers;

  • Wherever possible, run outreach clinics that allow us to bring health care near to where you live, and where you work; and

  • Actively involve you, and the communities we work with, in how we deliver health care that works well for everyone.


Being a Project means that we review constantly, how we can be better at what we do for you.


  1. To make sure you get to see the right person, and in preparation for your visit, please explain why you want to see us - in detail. Everything you say to us is kept confidential - and the more you tell us, the better we can care for you.

Remember - when making a phone appointment, the more information you provide us, the better your Clinical Team (CT) is prepared for your consult.


  1. When you arrive, a host will escort you to a consult room. Your clinician will come to you. All clinicians work with a CT Senior Doctor, and or a Senior Nurse Practitioner, situated in what we call our CT Resource Hub.

If a clinician needs to confer with a colleague, they simply go to our central CT Resource Hub. If at any time throughout your consult you wish to see the duty CT, or the clinician requires another opinion, someone from our CT Resource Hub will make him or herself available.