These guidelines provide the background, principles, eligibility criteria and operational procedures of the More Doctors for Rural Australia Program. The guidelines assist Rural Workforce Agencies to administer the program.
My Aged Care Quick Reference Guide – Updating Multi-Purpose Services in the My Aged Care Service Provider Portal
Approved Multi-Purpose Service (MPS) providers must keep their information in the My Aged Care service provider portal up to date. This quick reference guide for administrator users of the portal covers how to add and update information in the portal.Part of a collection: My Aged Care – Service Provider Portal Resources
Approved aged care providers use this form to apply for the first 2 extensions of the provisional allocation period for residential or flexible care places.
Approved aged care providers use this form to apply to extend the provisional allocation period beyond 6 years from the date of allocation for residential or flexible care places.
Approved aged care providers use this form to apply to combine 2 or more residential aged care services into 1 Residential Aged Care Service (RACS) ID.
Approved aged care providers use this form to apply for a variation of a provisional allocation of places.
Approved aged care providers use this form to apply for a determination that you are in a position to provide residential or flexible care in respect of provisionally allocated places.
Use our workforce locator map to check the geographical classification of any location in Australia. The map can tell you if a location is classified as city, rural or remote. It identifies areas that need more doctors.
This webinar on 6 May 2020 is part of a series to update sector stakeholders on the Government’s COVID-19 response. A panel of experts will provide an update as well as answer as many of the participants’ questions.
A fact sheet about the Australian Government's response to the COVID-19 outbreak. This fact sheet is about measures to increase the capacity of remote communities to evacuate early cases, and enable an effective response if an outbreak occurs.Part of a collection: Coronavirus (COVID-19): National Health Plan resources
This review examines whether delivering aged care services in regional and remote areas through Multi-Purpose Services (MPS) is an effective model. It contains a number of recommendations for the program.
Australian Government response to the Senate Community Affairs References Committee Inquiry: Accessibility and quality of mental health services in rural and remote Australia – April 2019
Find a Multi-Purpose Service that can deliver aged care services in rural and remote locations. Locations are marked on a map and also available as a list of street addresses within each state and territory.