Australian Health Directory


medical, allied and complementary health professionals

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.

doctor and baby

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

Skymed - Aeromedical Patient Transport

Skymed - Aeromedical Patient Transport

Stretcher transport by road and air
Commerical flight escort

Skymed aeromedical coordinates patient transfers on behalf of patients, clients and insurance / assistance companies.
Skymed can transport patients by private air charter or road, on a stretcher or sitting domestic or international. We can also coordinate commercial flight escorts, or commercial stretcher transfers as well as an air travel companion service. Call 1300 759 633. More....


Health news

Landmark study into firefighters’ mental health

Landmark study into firefighters’ mental health

The six-month study is focusing on mental health of professional firefighters currently serving and recently retired firefighters, systematically investigating the effects of regular exposure to traumatic events.  More...

The Doherty Institute congratulates Professor Anne Kelso, named as the CEO of the NHMRC

The Doherty Institute congratulates Professor Anne Kelso, named as the CEO of the NHMRC

Professor Anne Kelso, currently the Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza, has been named as the new Chief Executive Officer of the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC).  More...

Rural doctors urge Government to ‘hit the reset button’ on health reform

Rural doctors urge Government to ‘hit the reset button’ on health reform

The Rural Doctors Association of Australia (RDAA) says the time is ripe for the Federal Government to consider dropping its proposed healthcare reforms - including the Medicare co-payment and MBS indexation freeze - and resetting voter confidence.  More...

Managing mum’s blood pressure doesn’t harm her unborn child

Managing mum’s blood pressure doesn’t harm her unborn child

New study shows that, contrary to expectations, keeping blood pressure in the normal range with medication does not affect a baby's growth and development in the womb, and there are no differences in outcomes for these babies at birth.  More...

Cover Girl opens AutumnCare’s new HQ

Cover Girl opens AutumnCare’s new HQ

One of AutumnCare’s cover girls took time from her busy schedule to open AutumnCare’s new head office in Perth. Local SwanCare resident, Mrs Ethel Murdoch, performed the official ribbon cutting for AutumnCare’s opening celebration last Friday.  More...

Cancer-like retina could lead to new treatments

Cancer-like retina could lead to new treatments

Eye surgeons at the University of Adelaide have discovered that the retina in human eyes uses energy in a very similar way to cancer, which could lead to improved understanding of cancers as well as eye disease such as macular degeneration.  More...

Understanding the impact of parents' mental illness

Understanding the impact of parents' mental illness

Research from the University of Adelaide has found that the children of parents suffering from an emotionally unstable form of personality disorder are at risk of developing behavioural and emotional issues – but the children can also be protected from experiencing similar difficulties to their parents.  More...

Time spent in childcare centres linked with poor behaviour

Time spent in childcare centres linked with poor behaviour

The study found that children who spend longer in centre-based childcare are more likely to be hyperactive, disruptive and aggressive at school age, however, were less likely to be withdrawn, anxious or depressed.  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.