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ONLINE RESOURCES

Alzheimers Australia – Alzheimers information and support page for Australians.

Arthritis Victoria –  Arthritis information and support page for Victorians.

Asthma Victoria – Official website for the Asthma Foundation of Victoria.

Better Health Channel – Health and medical information for consumers, from the Victorian government.

Centre for Disease and Control – Travel Health and Vaccine information.

City of Whitehorse – Community Resources support  for residents. Click here for disabled parking permits for the City of Whitehorse.

Coeliac Society of Victoria – A site for people in Victoria who have been diagnosed with Coeliac disease. Membership provides information on a variety of topics including living with a gluten free diet.

Diabetes Australia – “Minimising the impact of diabetes”: includes publications, news and events, subsidised products, national programs and more.

Diabetes Victoria – Diabetes Australia’s Victorian website. Includes support groups, information on healthy eating and lifestyle advice.

Heart Foundation Australia – Official website for the Heart Foundation of Australia. Includes information for both professionals and members of the community on fighting cardiovascular disease.

Maroondah City Council– Community Resources support for residents. Click here for disabled parking permits for Maroondah City Council

Medicare Australia – Government health care website.

Melbourne Pathology – Official website for Melbourne Pathology. This pathology company has a collection centre here at the clinic.

MyGov – A simple and secure way to access government online services.

                Instructions on how to create a MyGov Account can be found here

My Health Record – An online summary of your key health information. Give your doctors access to your important health information like medicines, allergies and immunisations

              Instructions on how to access your My Health Record Account can be found here

              (you must first have a MyGov Account)

              Instructions on how to manage your My Health Record Account can be found here (add an access code and set notifications)

              Instructions on how to opt out of the MyHealth Record can be found here