Help improve health care services in Clarence

Join the Clarence GP Access Project and help improve the health care services in our city.

The Clarence GP Access Project is part of Council’s Health and Wellbeing Plan and aims to improve access to general practitioners by understanding the barriers and enablers to accessing these services in Clarence.

The qualitative research study has brought together opinions and experiences of community members and how they access GP services.

Four key areas of difficulty have been identified with community members finding challenges with service availability, barriers to utilising services, the relevance and effectiveness of the care provided and equity in gaining access to these services.

The report identifies opportunities for community and health service providers to join Council in overcoming the current challenges faced when accessing a GP.

To start addressing these challenges, Council is seeking the support and ideas of individuals and health service providers in Clarence to identify and implement priority actions to:

The full GP Access Project Report and expression of interest and ideas form can be found at

Clarence City Council
38 Bligh Street (PO Box 96)
Rosny Park, Tasmania 7018
Telephone:(03) 62 17 9500

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