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Helping you age well and live happy!
Staying healthy and feeling your best is important at any age especially as we get older. Ageing will present challenges to your physical and mental health and it’s important to monitor your health regularly and maintain a healthy lifestyle to live life to the fullest.
Common conditions in older age include hearing loss, cataracts and refractive errors, back and neck pain and osteoarthritis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, depression, and dementia. Furthermore, as people age, they are more likely to experience several conditions at the same time.
At DPV Health we offer a wide range of services and programs customised to your needs. We are dedicated to provide ongoing person-centred care support and care to ensure your health and well-being.
What we provide:
See below for range of 65+ Health services & programs offered at DPV Health.
Click on below for 65+ Health Services & Programs offered at DPV Health.
See the wide range of 65+ Medical Services offered by DPV Health.
Know how healthy your bones are.
Get your bone density checked with a mobile bone densitometry service providing accurate, reliable, and precise bone mineral density measurement for people aged 70 and over. The mobile Bone Bus will be available at both DPV Health Medical Centres:
Broadmeadows - 12th April until 15th April 2021 and Mill Park - 14th April until 15th April 2021.
An annual health assessment will identify ways that you can improve your health and well being. It will help you by advising you on how you can maintain your independence at home and in your community.
Physiotherapists help to keep you well, strong and active. They can help to keep you independent and to manage pain through exercise and positive self-management.
Occupational Therapists can help to promote your wellness, safety and independence. They work with people of all ages, and with a wide variety of conditions that affect the ability to remain independent and safe at home.
At DPV Health, our staff of professional social workers, psychologists and mental health nurses are available to provide high quality counselling, psychology and social work services to you.
The DPV Health Dental Clinic offers a general dental practice and emergency service program within public sector guidelines.
Our Audiologists are committed to focusing on your needs and providing you with diagnostic hearing assessments.
We are trained to deal with prevention, diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the feet and lower legs.
Our Social Support Programs assist people and their carers to maintain and enhance their wellbeing, prevent social isolation and maintain independence within their community.
DPV Health can provide you with regular phone calls to check on your wellbeing. This provides peace of mind if you are at risk of an accident or illness that may go unnoticed. It's also a great way to feel connected and socialize.
A Community Health Nurse will work with you to help promote and maintain your good health.
The Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP) service at DPV Health manages people with chronic diseases or conditions, the elderly and seniors, and people with complex needs who frequently use hospitals or are at risk of hospitalisation.
Call us on 1300 234 263 and we can provide you with further information, answer any of your questions and customise a plan to suit your needs.
Click on below to download useful information for your health.
My Aged Care is the starting point to access Australian Government-funded aged care services. The phone line and website can help older Australians, their families and carers to get the help and support they need. My Aged Care provides: information on the different types of aged care services available.
Well for life! This booklet is for older people who want to follow a healthy approach to ageing in their everyday lives.
A guide and information on mental illness in older people.
A physical activity guide for older Australians.
Personal Alert Victoria (PAV) supports isolated, frail,
older people and younger people with disabilities
who have complex ongoing health and support
needs to assist them to keep living at home. Download for more information.
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You can book an available time convenient to you to visit a doctor at our state-of-the-art medical centres in Broadmeadows or Mill Park or via Telehealth – Phone & Video Appointments.
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New and existing patients welcome.
All DPV Health sites will remain open for emergency and medical treatments, however, some services will be affected.
Clients with existing appointments will be contacted to reschedule or convert their appointment to Telehealth.
Please call 1300 234 263 for more information.
For mental health support during these difficult times, our Head to Help service is available on 1800 595 212.
If you have an appointment with DPV Health, please click below to check the current COVID-19 exposure sites prior to attending.
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