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Central Coast Electronic Referrals (eReferrals) is coming to your practice April 9


The Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN or the PHN) is pleased to share the Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD) will soon commence a staged roll out of a new statewide eReferral solution.

The CCLHD has partnered with HealthLink to enable electronic referrals (eReferrals) to the below services at Gosford and Wyong Hospitals who have been selected for the initial go-live and will be able to receive eReferrals from the 9th of April 2024, as part of the Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD) Engage Outpatients Project.

  • Antenatal Outpatient Clinic
  • Paediatrics Outpatient Clinic
  • Gynaecology Outpatient Clinic
  • Specialist Centre – Neurology Clinic

For more information, frequently asked questions, system compatibility and to understand what you will need to do please visit Central Coast Health Pathways or the Central Coast Local Health Districts eReferral website.

HealthPathways is not designed to be used by patients or general community members and as such a username and password are required to use the site. Clinicians without access can request password details by contacting us.


The Primary Health Network (PHN) is pleased to offer two informative webinars designed for general practice administrative staff, practice managers, and GPs. These sessions aim to provide a comprehensive introduction to the impending transition to eReferrals at Gosford and Wyong Public Hospital clinics, ensuring a seamless integration for healthcare professionals in the region.

Practice Managers and Administration Staff Webinar 21st March

General Practitioners Webinar 10th April


For Healthlink queries or technical support, please contact the support team:

Phone: 1800 125 036


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