Bendigo Loddon Primary Care Partnership operates on the traditional lands of the Dja Dja Wurrung, Taungng 

and Barapa Barapa people and recognises them as the traditional owners. We pay our respects to leaders and elders past, present and emerging for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and the hopes of all 

Dja Dja Wurrung, Taungurung  and Barapa Barapa people.  


We express our gratitude in the sharing of this land, our sorrow for the personal, spiritual and cultural costs of that sharing and our hope that we may walk forward together in harmony and in the spirit of healing. 

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Service Coordination

Service Coordination aims to place the consumer at the centre of service delivery, ensuring they have access to the services they need, opportunities for early intervention and health promotion and improved health outcomes.

 

Bendigo Loddon Primary Care Partnership (BLPCP) plays a key role in the facilitation of a range of strategies to support agencies to undertake good service coordination practice so consumers experience a health system that works together.

 

Service Coordination Network

 

BLPCP are advocates for Service Coordination within health and community services to support our partners, and in turn, best outcomes for our community. With technology advancements and service delivery system improvements, Service Coordination is a progressive space. We hope to help our network members connect the dots with the latest news as it arises.

In order for us to make this network most effective for your organisation, we need you to keep us in the loop also. If there are changes within your organisation, new innovations, e-referral pathways, or anything you would like to communicate through health and community services, please send it through and we'll do the rest. It's as simple as that. Knowledge is power, and the more we know about one another the better.

 

Resources

 

A number of resources have been developed state-wide to assist in the implementation of service coordination.

 

The following resources are provided by the Department of Health and Human Services:

 

The resource below related to the Service Coordination Tool Templates (SCTTs) and Victorian Statewide Referral Form:

 

Why do we need service coordination?