GP Liaison

Key aims of GP Liaison:

  • Enable improved GP engagement and representation
  • Improve communication between Monash Health and GPs, Primary Health Networks, Health Professionals in the community and other Primary Care Stakeholders
  • Collaborate to support continuous professional development for primary care health providers
  • Support compliments / feedback management

GP Liaison Newsletter

Welcome to Monash Minute, our new quarterly publication for primary health practitioners.


GP Educational events and Clinical trials:


Up to date, evidence based and practical information on investigation and management for patients with brain aneurysms.  Including interactive Q & A sessions.

Some of topics include:

  • How to recognise headache suspicious for subarachnoid haemorrhage
  • When and how to screen for brain aneurysms
  • What to do if your patient has an incidental brain aneurysm
  Sat, 3rd June
  Lecture Theatre1, Level 2
  Monash Medical Centre,             Clayton

  For more information             see Flyer


11 partner organisations with an international research team to improve service accessibility, processes for client transition and quality of care to refugees and asylum seekers in general practice

  12 months in 2017-18


Hereditary Lipid Disorders with Premature Coronary Artery Disease Workshop

The workshop is tailored to GPs who are working with patient’s experiencing mental illness. This free workshop will focus on diagnosis and management of Familial Hypercholesterolemia (FH).
You will learn:Case-based discussion in risk, diagnosis, treatment and differential diagnosis of FH, as well as focus on secondary Dyslipidemia.
  Monday 24 April

  6:30pm - 7:30pm


Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation

Participants needed to take part in diabetes clinical trial on the beneficial effects of Carnosine (an over the counter food supplement) on cardiometabolic health in individuals with pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes

  14 weeks



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  • "Medical Assessment and Management of Behaviours of Concern in People with Intellectual Disability"
Developed by the Centre for Development Disability Health
RACGP accredited for 40 Category 1 points; 2 Category 2 points per hour
These interactive video based modules provide GPs with information and guidelines for their assessment and management of people with intellectual disability presenting with  challenging behaviours.

Each interactive module is based around a case presentation,  includes questions and quizzes, and takes between 60 to 90 minutes to complete.

You can find the modules at:   

Document downloads



Monash Health GP Liaison

Ms Leanne Tao
Ms Natalie Taylor (Acting)
T:(03) 9594 6666 (c/o switchboard)
GP Enquiries
This email address is primarily for GPs.  If you have a medical emergency, please go to your nearest hospital emergency department or call 000.
Outpatient Specialist Consulting
Specialist Consulting referrals and enquiries
T:1300 342 273 (1300 3 iCARE)
F:9594 2273 (959 iCARE) 
Health Information Services
Freedom of Information
T:(03) 9594 2123
Release of Information
T:(03) 9594 2112
F: (03) 9594 6227

We value all feedback provided by GPs. All feedback submitted to Monash Health is thoroughly investigated by a member of staff and changes to our processes or practices are made based on the outcome of the investigation (where indicated).

If you would like to provide feedback to Monash Health, please utilise the form or online tool below.
  • Form (mailing details at the back of form)
  • Online