Chronic Disease Management Plan appointments have the primary goal of enhancing your quality of life. These appointments not only address the medical aspects of the condition but also incorporate lifestyle modifications, medication management, mental health support and education about the condition to empower the patient in the management of their own health. With this approach in mind, these appointments aim to reduce the risk of hospitalisation, improve clinical outcomes and promote overall well-being.
What to expect during a Chronic Disease Management Appointment
During a Chronic Disease Management Plan appointment, you’ll receive a comprehensive assessment of your health condition.
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Choosing who to trust with your health is an important decision, especially when you have a chronic condition. The clinics within My Clinic Group provide access to comprehensive and personalised care plan services, thoroughly addressing every aspect of your health. You can ensure you are well-equipped to manage your condition with confidence by booking an appointment with the clinic of your choice today.
Managing a chronic condition can be challenging and time-consuming. That’s why the appointments available are as accessible and convenient as possible. You can book both a face-to-face or remote consultation to accommodate your preferences and requirements. The clinics have flexible opening hours, and provide prompt responses to inquiries through dedicated patient communication channels.
The treatment protocols and management plans used in chronic disease management appointments are built using the latest scientific research and evidence. And during your appointment, should you require specialist care, you can be referred to a wider network of experts and specialists in chronic diseases. A referral will then be set up for you during the appointment to aid you in supporting your chronic condition.
Getting started with a Chronic Disease Management appointment is easy. Simply reach out via the Contact Us section, or click below to book at the clinic of your choice. Here, you’ll find all the information you need to get in touch, including phone numbers, email addresses and physical locations.
What should I expect during my first visit?
Your first visit consists of a comprehensive consultation where you can discuss your medical history, current symptoms and treatment goals. This helps to understand your needs and prepare a personalised care plan.
Can my family be involved in my care plan?
Yes, absolutely. Family support plays a crucial role in managing chronic illnesses. Family participation is encouraged in care planning and decision-making processes, where appropriate and with your consent.
How do you handle emergencies or urgent issues?
If you have an urgent issue during office hours, please call the office of the clinic of your choice directly. For after-hour emergencies, please call emergency services on 000 as they are best equipped to provide care.
How can I get a refill of my medication?
To request a refill of your medication, you can contact the clinic of your choice directly to arrange an appointment. Please make sure to book your appointment in advance to avoid running out of medication. Remember that certain medication refills may require a follow-up appointment to ensure you’re receiving the right dose and that the medication is working effectively.
In some cases, medication can only be provided by a specialist, in which you will require an up to date referral to do so. Book an appointment at your earliest convenience if you require a new referral to ensure you can continue to attend your specialist appointments as required and refill your medication as needed.
Can I have access to my medical records?
Yes, absolutely. You can request access to your medical records, which includes your diagnosis, medications, test results and care plans. Please contact the clinic of your choice directly to initiate this process.
Do you provide support for mental health issues related to chronic disease management?
Yes, managing a chronic disease can present mental health challenges, including anxiety and depression. Book a chronic disease management appointment and you can discuss getting access to resources and referrals to mental health services that can provide you with the appropriate support.