What is your experience of communication from East Metropolitan Health Service Hospitals?

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*Survey closed*

Thank you for your interest. The Communicating for Safety GP survey is now closed but GPs are welcome to raise issues at any time.

Many thanks to the 109 respondents who gave their time to help the East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) understand how GPs are finding communication from Royal Perth, Bentley, Armadale, Kalamunda and St John of God Midland Public Hospitals and how this can be improved. There was a good representation of GP responding from practices across the EMHS metropolitan catchment, as well as rural and remote areas, and from mainstream GPs as well as Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services GPs. The feedback provided was rich in detail and extremely valuable. Results are currently being analysed. Key findings will be published in future editions of GP Connect, along with actions planned.

To view the latest news and/or subscribe to WA Primary Health Alliance's GP Connect emailed newsletter, go to https://news.wapha.org.au/category/general-practice/ or subscribe to GP Connect.

For information on hospital referral information, please see HealthPathways WA on https://wa.healthpathways.org.au/ If needed, please request a login via https://waproject.healthpathways.org.au or email healthpathways@wapha.org.au


Questions?

Please address clinical queries and concerns regarding specific patients to the relevant treating hospital team via the hospital switchboard.

For other issues, please contact the Hospital Liaison GP at the most relevant hospital(s) as below.

About the Communicating for Safety GP survey

GPs play a vital role in caring for patients, connecting with public hospital services when required, and continuing care following discharge or outpatient review. The East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) wants to hear from you about your experience of communicating with our public hospitals, and what needs to be improved. Your feedback is essential to target action to the issues that matter to you most.

The EMHS encompasses the following sites:

  • Royal Perth Hospital
  • Bentley Health Service
  • Armadale Health Service
  • Kalamunda Hospital
  • St John of God Midland Public Hospital




*Survey closed*

Thank you for your interest. The Communicating for Safety GP survey is now closed but GPs are welcome to raise issues at any time.

Many thanks to the 109 respondents who gave their time to help the East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) understand how GPs are finding communication from Royal Perth, Bentley, Armadale, Kalamunda and St John of God Midland Public Hospitals and how this can be improved. There was a good representation of GP responding from practices across the EMHS metropolitan catchment, as well as rural and remote areas, and from mainstream GPs as well as Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services GPs. The feedback provided was rich in detail and extremely valuable. Results are currently being analysed. Key findings will be published in future editions of GP Connect, along with actions planned.

To view the latest news and/or subscribe to WA Primary Health Alliance's GP Connect emailed newsletter, go to https://news.wapha.org.au/category/general-practice/ or subscribe to GP Connect.

For information on hospital referral information, please see HealthPathways WA on https://wa.healthpathways.org.au/ If needed, please request a login via https://waproject.healthpathways.org.au or email healthpathways@wapha.org.au


Questions?

Please address clinical queries and concerns regarding specific patients to the relevant treating hospital team via the hospital switchboard.

For other issues, please contact the Hospital Liaison GP at the most relevant hospital(s) as below.

About the Communicating for Safety GP survey

GPs play a vital role in caring for patients, connecting with public hospital services when required, and continuing care following discharge or outpatient review. The East Metropolitan Health Service (EMHS) wants to hear from you about your experience of communicating with our public hospitals, and what needs to be improved. Your feedback is essential to target action to the issues that matter to you most.

The EMHS encompasses the following sites:

  • Royal Perth Hospital
  • Bentley Health Service
  • Armadale Health Service
  • Kalamunda Hospital
  • St John of God Midland Public Hospital