Health Outreach Services
The NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health (DoH) to administer the delivery of medical outreach services to regional, remote and Aboriginal communities in New South Wales (NSW) and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). RDN administers the following programs across NSW and the ACT:
Rural Health Outreach Fund (RHOF);
Medical Outreach Indigenous Chronic Disease Program (MOICDP);
Healthy Ears, Better Hearing, Better Listening (HEBHBL) program;
Visiting Optometrists Scheme (VOS);
Ear and Eye Surgical Support Scheme (EESSS); and
Chronic Disease Management and Prevention Program (CDMPP).*
What is Outreach?
Current Outreach Services
How Can My Community Access Outreach?
Click here to download a flyer about RDN's outreach programs.
*Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSWPHN) receives funding from the Commonwealth of Australia, which is administered by DoH, for the provision of the Primary Health Networks Programme in Western NSW. WNSWPHN awarded the tender for delivery of this program to NSW Outback Division of General Practice as the lead organisation in a consortium of providers.