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Special care - Infectious diseases

Professionals, services, information, dedicated organisations and support groups for people living with an infectious disease.

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Hepatitis SA

Hepatitis SA

Information, Support, Education
All services free.

Hackney, SA 5069

A community based organisation supporting anyone affected by hepatitis B or C.
We facilitate support groups in metro Adelaide, send out print information on request, maintain a specialist library and run education sessions for community and workforce in metro & rural SA. Also run a clean needle program.
All services free. Tel: 1300 437 222 (cost of local call).
Hepatitis Queensland

Hepatitis Queensland

Infoline: 1800 437 222

South Brisbane, QLD 4101

A community based, non-profit organisation that represents the interests of people affected by hepatitis. Hepatitis Queensland's services include a telephone information service; printed resources, telephone and face to face counselling for hepatitis related issues.
Infoline: 1800 648 491

Victorian AIDS Council

South Yarra, VIC 3141

The Victorian AIDS Council is a leader in the prevention and treatment of PLHIV .

The Victorian Infectious Diseases Service (VIDS)

The Royal Melbourne Hospital

Parkville, VIC 3050

The Victorian Infectious Diseases Service (VIDS) is a public health service involved in research and the treatment of HIV/AIDS, tropical infections, hepatitis, TB and hospital-acquired infections.
VIDS Telehealth: 03 9342 7212
Aids Action Council

Aids Action Council

Aids counselling Canberra

Turner, ACT 2612

The AIDS Action Council delivers a range of services aimed at preventing the spread of HIV in the ACT. Its work includes community education and health promotion through information and support services. It funds Qnet jointly with Healthpact, an online community for same sex attracted young people. It publishes a newsletter titled Positively.

Lyme Disease Association of Australia

Stockton, NSW 2295

An association of people affected by Lyme Disease and health care professionals interested in research and treatment. Lyme disease is an infection caused by a bacteria (spirochete) carried by ticks and transmitted through bites. The disease can mimic other illnesses and is often misdiagnosed and untreated.

The Centre Clinic

Victorian AIDS Council

St Kilda, VIC 3182

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