National Australia Bank has awarded more than $6 million in grants to not-for-profit organisations across Australia over the past three years. These grants have been awarded across the NAB Community Grants program and the NAB Foundation grants program. Nexus has secured a $50,000 NAB Community Grant to establish and brand new Paediatric Audiology Service at the Nexus GP SuperClinic in Wallan. This service will assist local families and their children (aged 9months to 18 years) who might be experiencing speech delays or other issues. The service is due to commence March 2017. Read More.

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September 15, 2016
Euroa Office Closure
Effective from Friday 23rd September 2016, Nexus Primary Health will no longer provide service from the office space in Euroa – 36 Kennedy Street. We do apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. “Nexus has been delivering outreach services across the Strathbogie Shire townships for many years and will continue to do so, stated Nexus CEO Suzanne Miller. We decided to set up an office location in Euroa back in July 2015 after we won the tender to provide Aged and Disability in home services.” Read More.

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You be the judge - we need your help! Nexus Primary Health is calling for passionate individuals to join the judging panel for our ‘Don’t Park in the Blue Spot’ poster competition. Don’t Park in the Blue Spot Background: Don’t Park in the Blue Spot is a Nexus initiative to raise awareness about in relation to the importance of using accessible parking appropriately in the community and also risky behaviours that can lead to injury. Schools across the Mitchell and Murrindindi Shires have been working with Nexus on this project and have provided their students with the opportunity to take part in our poster competition. There have 100+ entries demonstrating the passion our community has for promoting inclusion for everyone. Read More.

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For most people, growing older means there may be times when you find it difficult to manage with day-to-day living activities. You may realise you need help, or you may be caring for a friend or family member who needs help. There are many different services that can support you to stay in your own home. Read More.

Categories: Business Development, Client Services, New Programs
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Nexus Primary Health in partnership with Plenty Valley Community Health are now providing FREE Children’s Dental Screening for children under the age of 13 years. Our service is confidential and respectful of your needs, circumstances and culture. Good oral health is vital element of everyone’s health and wellbeing. Read More.

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We are excited to announce that Bulk Billing GP Services are joining our team at Nexus Broadford - located at 72 Ferguson Street. We provide a range of services to help you prevent, manage or treat your health and wellbeing needs. We are the one stop shop for all of your cost-effective health care services. Read More.

Categories: Client Services, New Programs
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Nexus Primary Health (Nexus) are proud to be working with the Broadford Football Netball Club (BFNC) in 2016 to continue the Don’t Let It Get Ugly (DLIGU) Project. DLIGU provides clubs with the skills and tools to create change through sport at the grass roots. As the leading provider of cost effective health services within the Mitchell Shire, Nexus prioritises supporting local sports clubs to build healthy, supportive and safe environments for everyone to enjoy. Read More.

Categories: Community Engagement
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April 21, 2016
Flu season is coming.
Get vaccinated today - ask us how. We want to help you stay healthy for longer – don’t let flu hold you back this year. Influenza commonly known as ‘the flu’ is a highly contagious viral infection that is responsible for major outbreaks of illness around the world, usually in the winter months. Unlike the common cold, the flu can cause severe illness and life-threating complications such as pneumonia or bronchitis, which in some cases can require hospitalisation. Read More.

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