Community and health support
We assess the care needs of frail older persons to help them access a range of Australian Government-subsidised aged care services.
We offer a variety of allied health services. Allied health professionals work with you and your health care team to support your diagnosis, recovery and quality of life.
We provide a range of community health and support services for children and their parents or carers to give every child the best possible start in life.
Child and Family Health services provide child growth and development checks.
Community based antenatal, postnatal and infant care services for pregnant Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women or women having an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander baby.
Child and Family Health provide hearing screening services.
A flexible, tailored support program to help older people remain at home with the care they need.
We provide support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander inpatients, outpatients and their families during their hospital experience.
We provide free interpreters for patients who have impaired hearing or are from non-English speaking backgrounds.
The Mobile Women's Health Service is a network of specially trained women’s health nurses who provide a free and confidential service to Queensland women.
We coordinate care and ensure patients receive the most appropriate care at the right time in the right place with the right provider.
As experts in nutrition, our dietitians provide education and practical support to enable patients to make dietary choices that will maximise their health and wellbeing.
Our occupational therapists play a critical role in helping people of all ages to overcome the effects of disability caused by illness, aging or accident so that they can carry out everyday tasks or occupations and participate in the activities of everyday life.
Our Child and Family Health service provides parenting support.
P.A.R.T.Y. is an in-hospital injury prevention program for high schools.
Information on the Patient Travel Subsidy Scheme (PTSS) including financial assistance, how to apply, how to make a claim, travel bookings, transfer services and Central Queensland travel office information.
We provide medication management services to promote the safe, efficient use of medicines.
Our physiotherapists aim to restore a person’s function, maximising their mobility and health and minimising their dysfunction.
We provide podiatry services to eligible people with acute foot disease and high risk feet.
We prevent disease and promote public health and wellbeing at a whole of community level in the Central Queensland and Central West areas.
We care for people who need rehabilitation after a disabling illness or injury.
CQ Health has three aged care facilities in Rockhampton; North Rockhampton Nursing Centre, Eventide Home Rockhampton and the Birribi unit.
The School Based Youth Health Service works with young people, school staff and parents in State Secondary Schools.
Call Quitline for access to a confidential call-back service from trained counsellors and 12 weeks of free nicotine replacement therapy.
Social workers assist in dealing with the emotional and practical issues that may arise because of your illness or the illness of a loved one.
Speech pathologists provide assessment, diagnosis, treatment and management to children and adults needing help with communication and/or swallowing.
Our team of health professionals, students and supporting staff provide treatment, education and tools to help you manage chronic disease at home.
We provide free and confidential screening, treatment and support for sexual health, HIV and viral hepatitis B and C.
We provide health services and information to youth and youth service providers in Central Queensland.