Victorian Primary Care Partnership

Vic PCP is a voluntary alliance of the 28 Primary Care Partnerships (PCP) in Victoria. It exists to support and promote the PCP platform and the broader use of partnerships to achieve improvements in population health and wellbeing.

Vic PCP’s role is to advocate for future investment, identify and capitalise on new opportunities for growth and support PCPs to deliver outcomes that improve the health status of all Victorians.

All PCPs are able to participate in strategic planning processes for VicPCP which is directed by an Executive Committee. Auspiced by Victorian Council of Social Services (VCOSS), the work of Vic PCP is supported by a small number of paid staff.

VicPCP Contributing to better health and wellbeing outcomes for our communities – case study examples from around Victoria. We are proud to have three partnership case studies included in this state-wide publication. Buloke Living Project pages 18 – 19 | Buloke Family Violence Project pages 30 – 31 |Southern Mallee PCP Integrated Planning pages 46 – 47 Great examples of the partnership effort that is undertaken across the Southern Mallee.  Well done to all involved including the Southern Mallee PCP Team for the ‘invisible’ work that occurs in partnerships and developing and showcasing the work across the Southern Mallee.

The following are some key PCP Resources – Take a look

Seven rural and regional primary care partnerships in Victoria commissioned an independent review, (of which Southern Mallee PCP participated) named Making the Invisible Visible with the aim to advocate for a future partnership model that will support a place based approach to deliver Victorian health priorities.  The original audience was Department of Health and Human Services, to ensure the views of the partnering organisations of primary care partnerships were able to impact and inform the decisions regarding the future of the primary care partnerships platform.   Making the Invisible Visible has been adapted for publication and all commentary in relation to commissioning and funding bodies have been removed. Please click the link Making the Invisible Visible to read the report into the partnership approach of seven rural and regional primary care partnerships in Victoria.

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