Telehealth

What is Telehealth?

Barwon Health is committed to providing the best care to its patients as close to home as possible. Telehealth is the use of technology (usually video) to provide healthcare over a distance. Using telehealth, you can have an appointment with your Barwon Health clinician by video. You can do this from your home, with your local GP or at your local health service.

Access your video consultation

Click the appropriate link below for the clinic you are attending:

Medical outpatients
BRASH
Diabetes Referral Centre
Infectious Diseases and Refugee Health
Liver Clinic

Surgical outpatients
General Surgery
Orthopedics
Ophthalmology

Specialist clinics
Geelong Cardiology Practice
MS Assessment and Planning Clinic
Neurosciences
Progressive Neurology Clinic
Renal Medicine

Pharmacy
Hospital Outreach Medication Reviews

Cancer Services
Haematology

Allied Health
High Risk Foot Clinic

Community Health
Anglesea Community Health Centre
Torquay Community Health Centre
Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP)

Rehabilitation
Victorian Paediatric Rehabilitation Service (VPRS)

Aged Care
Regional Geriatric Clinic

  

Additional services to come

If the service you attend is not listed, it means that service does not currently offer telehealth access – but we may be working on it! Please don’t hesitate to ask your clinician at your next appointment whether attending via telehealth may be appropriate for you.  

Telehealth equipment and access

Click here to find out about what equipment is needed and how you access telehealth.

Benefits and disadvantages of Telehealth

Read more about the benefits and disadvantages of using telehealth here.

Help and support

If you require assistance with making your video call, please call the telephone number on your appointment letter. 

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Traditional Owners

We, Barwon Health, acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to the Elders both past and present.