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.

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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

Dr Lanzer Cosmetic Surgeon

Dr Lanzer Cosmetic Surgeon

Australia's leading cosmetic surgeon offering liposuction,
breast enhancements, face lifts and more.

Malvern VIC 3144

Dr Lanzer has over 25 years experience and is Australia's leading cosmetic surgeon. He offers a large range of procedures for customers and the initial consultation is free. He has practices in Melbourne, Sydney and QLD.

From your initial consultation through treatment, post-surgical monitoring and follow-up care we are your partners in your cosmetic enhancement and well-being. More....


Health news

Sling inspection tags

Sling inspection tags

Requirements and test methods for soft washable colour-coded Inspection Tags to help compliance with the International Standard for Slings - ISO 10535: Hoists for the transfer of disabled persons.  More...

Australia provides financial support to global efforts to fight infectious diseases

Australia provides financial support to global efforts to fight infectious diseases

Australia will be providing $2 million to support international efforts to develop vaccines to fight emerging infectious diseases, the Federal Minister for Aged Care and Minister for Indigenous Health, Ken Wyatt, announced at a G20 meeting of Health Ministers in Germany.  More...

Memo to Australian kids: what exactly is it that you do around here?

Memo to Australian kids: what exactly is it that you do around here?

The University of Melbourne and Australia's national broadcaster are teaming up to solve one of the biggest mysteries at the heart of family life: what chores do kids do around the home?  More...

Researchers buoyed by molecule’s potential to slow Parkinson’s progress

Researchers buoyed by molecule’s potential to slow Parkinson’s progress

The potent anti-inflammatory effects of the molecule activin A were shown in laboratory trials to offer protection against the loss of dopamine neurons, the brain cells that are destroyed in Parkinson's disease.  More...

Reflux tablet could save 60,000 lives lost to dangerous pregnancy condition

Reflux tablet could save 60,000 lives lost to dangerous pregnancy condition

An international collaboration led by the Translational Obstetrics Group (TOG) based at Mercy Hospital for Women has discovered a treatment that could save many of the 60,000 lives lost each year to preeclampsia.  More...

8.5 Million in additional funding for aged care services i regional, rural and remote Australia

8.5 Million in additional funding for aged care services i regional, rural and remote Australia

The Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care, Ken Wyatt AM, MP today announced more than $8.5 million in additional funding for the Multi-Purpose Services (MPS) Program for aged care in regional, rural and remote communities  More...

Nothing fishy about better nutrition for mums and babies

Nothing fishy about better nutrition for mums and babies

Researchers from the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) and the University of Adelaide have found a way to improve the thiamin intake of mothers and young children in South-East Asia.  More...

Antidepressants – a death trap for our fish

Antidepressants – a death trap for our fish

While antidepressants may lift the mood of depressed humans, they are detrimental to our fish population, according to new international research led by Monash University biologists.  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.