Private patients can be referred to Hospice by completing and submitting the PalCare referral form. Public patients will need to be referred to Great Southern Palliative Care Service.
Specialist Palliative Care Consultant
For patient referral to the Specialist Palliative Care Consultant please download and fill out the below form.
The Hospice has many of the local GPs credentialed to admit to the hospice. Most take sole care of their patients in the hospice with a few sharing the responsibility with others within their practice or with GP registrars. This means that patients receive a high level on continuity with their medical care and are afforded the opportunity to have care from a medical practitioner with whom they have a long standing relationship.
The Hospice provides an environment where GPs with appropriate qualifications and experience can deliver safe, high quality palliative care services. The credentialing system supports this in a local process for reviewing the credentialing and scope of clinical practice applications for all doctors seeking to provide services within the Hospice. The Hospice Board of Management delegates the responsibility for the management of the processes of credentialing and scoping clinical practice to the Medical Credentialing Committee (MCC).
To apply for credentialing please complete the below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application for Credentialing & Re-Credentialing
EOI to Provide Medical Services
Pre-Employment Immunisation and Screening
Articles & Publications
Preventing Death Rattle With Prophylactic Subcutaneous Scopolamine Butylbromide – 5 October 2021
Evidence-based information and resources about palliative care for everyone.
An App which familiarises primary care prescribers with palliative care medicines.
A converstion chart for opioids provided by WA Department of Health.
The Australian & New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine Inc website.
Palliative Care Outcomes Collaboration (PCOC)
National evidence hub on patients’ daily pain and symptom outcomes.
Program of experience in the Palliative Approach.
Palliative Care Australia
The national peak body for palliative care, providing resources, information and support services.
Palliative Care WA
The peak body for the palliative care sector across the State.
Cancer Council WA
Cancer education, research, support and services.
National peak body representing Australia’s unpaid carers.
Represents the needs and interests of carers in Western Australia
Aims to engage broad community support for people approaching the end of their lives.