Improving and Integrating Urban Indigenous Health Services

IUIH Connect Plus

IUIH Connect Plus connects care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people transitioning from hospital to primary healthcare and into the community.

The IUIH Connect Plus team is committed to working together with all providers and stakeholders to provide culturally safe quality care for clients and their families.

IUIH Connect Plus Services

IUIH Connect Plus connects clients and their families to a wide range of services and support, including but not limited to:

  • IUIH Network clinics for GP Services, support for health checks and chronic disease care planning
  • Mums and Bubs team for antenatal and post-natal services including to the Australian Nurse Family Partnerships Program team
  • IUIH Home Support and other Aged Care community providers including for Regional Assessment Service (RAS) registration and assessment
  • Allied Health Services i.e. Occupational Therapy
  • Hospital and home visits to develop connections, assess needs and provide advocacy
  • Transport to and from medical appointments
  • Legal Aid services
  • Cultural support
  • End of life care support
  • Social support
Operation and contacts

The IUIH Connect Plus team are available 7 days a week from 7am – 7pm to support your needs. Give us a call 1800 254 354 to find out how we can support you.

To download the IUIH Connect Plus | Client Referral Form, please click here

Improving Indigenous Access to Mainstream Primary Care (IIAMPC)

The Improving Indigenous Access to Mainstream Primary Care (IIAMPC) program assists mainstream GPs and allied health practices to provide culturally safe services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients residing in the Brisbane North and South regions. 

The IIAMPC team supports these practices by providing: 

  • Information and support about IUIH services
  • Close the Gap scripts and Primary Incentives Program Indigenous Health Incentive
  • Transport services for clients to and from medical appointments 
  • Delivery of the Turning good intentions into culturally safe practice: Working effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people training courses. 

For more information about IIAMPC contact The Institute of Urban Indigenous Health on (07) 3828 3600