There are a number ways that we work with and support local allied health professionals.
Allied Health Clinical Council (AHCC)
Our Allied Health Clinical Council advises the Board on recommended strategies to address region-wide issues facing AHPs, while also considering the unique needs and concerns of each local community.
AHCC represents AHPs within each LGA, ensuring all AHPs have an opportunity to share their concerns and ideas, regardless of their location in urban, outer urban, rural and remote communities.
Have your say by completing the online form below or calling the Stakeholder Engagement team on 4708 8100.
CPD & Educational Events
Check out our Events calendar for the latest, free clinical education we have on offer.
My Health Record
Our My Health Record team supports local healthcare professionals to register as providers with My Health Record and find out the latest features available through our national digital health record system.
Get access to our Nepean Blue Mountains HealthPathways website: an online clinical portal for local healthcare professionals.
Jobs in Allied Health
To help support our local healthcare workforce, we provide a service listing local healthcare professional job vacancies on our website. View the job listings for allied health professionals.
Our Workforce Support program offers the following services:
- Free listing of primary health care providers and practice staff job vacancies on our website.
- Accepting CVs from healthcare job seekers and providing a job matching service where possible.
- CV assessment and the provision of relevant advice regarding recruitment processes.
- Liaising with local Universities and other education providers in order to develop the region’s capacity to host medical students, nursing students and allied health trainees.
- Providing relevant induction and orientation to allied health trainees and clinicians who have recently arrived in the region.
Online Peer-to-Peer networking
The Nepean Blue Mountains Healthcare Professionals closed group on Facebook has been set up to provide an online community for local healthcare providers.
The group welcomes membership from all disciplines, including GPs and allied health professionals. It offers a supportive space for discussion and debate on matters related to health and patient care. Please feel free to ask questions, share articles, anecdotes and, videos etc.
To be eligible to participate, you must be a healthcare professional living or working in the Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury, Lithgow or Penrith areas.
Keep up to date with our PHN
You can follow us through facebook and twitter, as well as subscribe to receive emails from us. We issue a regular Education Update, as well as other publications to keep you up-to-date with news relevant to allied health professionals.
You can also catch up on some of our previous email updates.
Appearing on the National Health Services Directory
You can register your details online to appear on the National Health Services Directory, a national directory of health services and providers developed by Healthdirect on behalf all Australian Governments
Submit your feedback to AHCC
We treat all information confidentially and ensure it is forwarded to the appropriate Committee/AHP advisor or NBMPHN Manager/staff member for review and action.