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Nexus After Hours medical neighbourhood project launches

The Nexus Afterhours Medical Neighbourhood Project encompasses a community development approach to engage with vulnerable communities outside of the usual 9am – 5pm business hours in Wallan and Kinglake.

As part of our project we are working with the community to create spaces that are safe, inclusive and welcoming for all. The project will also increase home visits, access to Allied Health & Specialist Services, including Telehealth appointments & alternative therapies.

Rather than traveling to wait in busy Emergency Departments we will be available to meet your medical needs in your community.

Nexus will be promoting your medical neighbourhood through monthly activities.

Each month we will host a series of groups and events that support you to live well in your community.

This initiative is supported by Australian Government funding under the PHN Program.


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