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  1. Maintaining and tracking healthcare

    Maintaining and tracking healthcare

  2. Maintaining your quality of life during a life-limiting illness

    End of life and palliative care is based on person-centred and holistic care. Talk with your family, close friends, doctor and your palliative care team about what they can do to help you to make the most of each day.

  3. Major trauma discharge from hospital

    Discharge from hospital after a major trauma event can be confusing, find out more.

  4. Major trauma family reactions

    It is normal to have strong emotional or physical reactions following a distressing event.

  5. Major trauma in Victoria

    The Victorian State Trauma System provides urgent and coordinated care to people experiencing a major trauma event.

  6. Major trauma services

    Find a range of information on the discharge process and the range of services and support available to people recovering from a major trauma incident.

  7. Making a complaint about a mental health service

    If you are dissatisfied with a mental health treatment or service, you have the right to make a complaint and have your concerns addressed.

  8. Making a complaint about disability services

    If you are unhappy with the way a disability service has treated you, you have the right to complain and to have your concerns addressed.

  9. Making a complaint on behalf of a patient as a carer

    Carers have the right to make a complaint on behalf of a person in their care to a healthcare professional, service or regulatory body.

  10. Making and managing health and medical appointments

    To get the most out of your medical appointments, it’s important to prepare well, book early and write down any questions you may have.