Our programmes focus on cardiovascular (heart) disease, diabetes and associated health conditions.
Enrolment with Comprehensive Care can give you health care benefits. Go to our Why enrol? page for more information.
Comprehensive Care provides a range of health services. Some are available by self-referral; others require a referral from your doctor or practice nurse.
Comprehensive Care also provides services and support to General Practices.
Comprehensive Care provides services to member General Practices as documented in the PHO Service Agreement, version 6 (142-page PDF).
Please follow the links below for more information. If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact us by telephone or fax (see ‘Quick contact’), or you can use the “Send us a message” form on the Contact page.
Our programmes provide support and resources to help quit smoking, and a range of psychology services including one-to-one counseling, group work and e-Therapy.
Our Child health programmes focus on immunisation support. If you have any questions or concerns, talk to your doctor or Practice Nurse.
We provide funding to support free programmes and health events in the community.
Comprehensive Care has a range of flexible services designed to reduce inequalities in access to primary health care. Your doctor or Practice Nurse will discuss these with you if appropriate. General Practice staff should talk with our Practice Support team …
Follow the links here for more information about health and related organisations that Comprehensive Care works with, and to useful websites with health information.
Continuing professional development is important for all of the health sector workforce and improves the quality of care offered to all. In this section we outline education and training services we offer, and provide other relevant information for General Practice …