Australian Health Directory


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Use the left menu to find health professionals, hospitals, health care products and services, support organisations and solutions for wellness and independence.

Our national aged care directory lists aged care homes offering residential high and low care, supported accommodation and independent living units.

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The medical specialists directory assists referring professionals to find specialists with specific interest and qualifications in a preferred geographical location. It enables consumers to choose a medical specialists for referral by their general practitioner.

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business services & suppliers

The directory features all kinds of health industry suppliers, from board and management consultants, medical and hospital suppliers, medical finance and professional indemnity providers, professional associations, hospital food suppliers, patient transport to medical waste management services.

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Featured listing

Radar Medical Imaging

Radar Medical Imaging

Caring for the community since 1976
Providing comprehensive medical imaging services

Bundoora VIC 3083

Radar Medical Imaging is sited in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. We are the only group of independent comprehensive medical imaging practices north of the Yarra.

We provide a wide range of general radiology examinations as well as more specialised imaging services.

Please refer to our website for information about which procedures are available at each of our eight clinics. More....


Health news

Diabetes discovery could lead to more effective drugs

Diabetes discovery could lead to more effective drugs

Researchers at the University of Melbourne's Medical School at the Austin Hospital find that the formation of type 2 diabetes is directly related to the muscles failing to convert glucose to glycogen. There are no drugs at this stage to treat this underlying cause.  More...

Two energy drinks a day could send you to a hospital bay

Two energy drinks a day could send you to a hospital bay

Researchers surveyed patients aged 13-40 attending an emergency department in South Australia with heart palpitations, and found 70% had previously consumed some sort of energy drink.  More...

Closing the gap in Indigenous eye heath is within reach

Closing the gap in Indigenous eye heath is within reach

Health agencies are closer to eradicating preventable blindness in Indigenous Australians, according to an update on progress released by the University of Melbourne.  More...

Pricing Framework for Australian Public Hospital Services 2016-17 released

Pricing Framework for Australian Public Hospital Services 2016-17 released

The Pricing Framework outlines IHPA’s major policy decisions which will underpin the release of the National Efficient Price (NEP) and National Efficient Cost (NEC) Determinations 2016-17.  More...

New goals to improve Indigenous health

New goals to improve Indigenous health

Minister for Rural Health Fiona Nash has launched an Implementation Plan to help Close the Gap by improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.  More...

Men at work: study probing fathers’ work-life balance

Men at work: study probing fathers’ work-life balance

Study participants needed: Working men over the age of 18, who have at least one child between the ages of one and 12, are invited to participate. For more information, email ashlee.borgkvist@adelaide.edu.au or call 0401 844 702.  More...

Prime health links


- Authoritative information from National Library of Medicine (USA).

Department of Health and Ageing - Australian Federal Government portal.

HealthInsite - access to quality information about health.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet - the health of Indigenous Australians.

National Rural Health Alliance - working to improve the health of Australians living in rural and remote areas.

Health Translations Directory - a Victorian State Government resource for consumers and health professionals.