Royal Prince Alfred (RPA) HealthOne Green Square opened its doors to patients, providing local community access to a range of specialised healthcare services and help ease pressure on hospitals.
The facility will give the local community access to early intervention, and specialist clinical services such as diabetes, cardiology, gastro, and liver clinics that would traditionally take place at RPA Hospital.
The HealthOne program is part of the NSW Government’s ongoing commitment to providing out-of-hospital care, easing pressure on the State’s busy emergency departments.
The two-storey facility features eight consultation rooms, four interview rooms, six treatment rooms and a gymnasium for patient therapy.
RPA HealthOne is also working closely with tertiary education partners including University of Sydney and Central and Eastern Sydney Public Health Networks to provide an academic primary healthcare unit to encourage more research in primary care.
RPA HealthOne Green Square services include:
- population health services
- allied health
- Aboriginal health services
- child, youth and family health
- community aged care, chronic care and rehabilitation services
- virtual care
- sexual health
- out-of-hospital specialist clinics
- academic primary health care unit.
The facility will work with the growing local community and local primary practitioners to deliver healthcare services in line with the community’s needs.