Tasmanian clinicians visited Inala Primary Care




A team of seven Tasmanian clinicians visited Inala Primary Care in January.  They wanted to know how we have been able to help patients avoid hospital admissions and generally improve the patient experience.  We talked them through our services for patients with complex diabetes, renal disease and mental health.  We discussed our research into the needs of patients with liver disease and the complexities of patients of refugee background.  The delegates agreed the afternoon at our clinic was the most useful visit in two days roaming South East Queensland’s health facilities.  Thanks for coming!