The South Eastern Melbourne Primary Health Network came into being on 1 July 2015, building on the good work of three Medical Locals (Bayside, Frankston Mornington Peninsula, and South Eastern Melbourne) to improve the health and wellness of 1.4 million people living in Melbourne’s greater south-east. Keep an on eye on this site and follow us on Twitter for news and information on our work with the local community and primary healthcare providers – including GPs, practice nurses, specialists, pharmacists, and allied health practitioners - to develop local solutions to keep people well and out of hospital where possible.


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The Peninsula Model for Primary Health Planning is a catchment-based partnership between a range of health and community service organisations, key stakeholders, consumers, carers and communities. Working collaboratively, the partnership identifies the health needs of Frankston and Mornington Peninsula communities and develops effective service responses to meet those needs.