Panaceum to build ser­vice ca­pac­ity at GP Su­per Clinic

Pilbara News - - News -

Ger­ald­ton-based healthcare provider Panaceum Group has come on board to as­sist Pil­bara Health Net­work with man­age­ment of Kar­ratha’s GP Su­per Clinic.

PHN and Panaceum will look to help build ca­pac­ity and ser­vices for the Pil­bara out of the su­per clinic.

Panaceum chief ex­ec­u­tive Richard Sykes will as­sist with man­age­ment and Monique Lobb has signed on as the health fa­cil­ity’s new gen­eral man­ager.

“I have been im­pressed with the fa­cil­ity and the qual­ity of the in­fra­struc­ture that the su­per clinic has avail­able,” Mr Sykes said.

“The com­mu­nity is in­cred­i­bly for­tu­nate to have a fa­cil­ity such as this which they have a stake in.

“I look for­ward to as­sist­ing Pil­bara Health Net­work en­gage with key stake­hold­ers in the re­gion and look to work to­gether to build ad­di­tional qual­ity ser­vices for the com­mu­nity which in­cludes bet­ter ac­cess to healthcare.”

Pil­bara Health Net­work chair­woman Diane Pentz said PHN main­tained a strong com­mit­ment to com­mu­nity healthcare.

Ms Pentz said the or­gan­i­sa­tion would con­tinue to pro­vide qual­ity ser­vices to the re­gion.

The part­ner­ship gives the PHN po­ten­tial to fur­ther in­crease ca­pac­ity and build a sus­tain­able pri­mary care work­force for the re­gion.

Picture: Peter Ben­netts

The Kar­ratha GP Su­per Clinic will re­ceive as­sis­tance from healthcare provider Panaceum to build its ca­pac­ity.

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