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What is HealthPathways

HealthPathways is an online health information portal for GPs and other primary health clinicians, to be used at the point of care. It provides information on how to assess and manage medical conditions, and how to refer patients to local specialists and services in the most timely way.

As HealthPathways is a dynamic collaboration between local primary health care clinicians and the Local Health Districts there are separate portals for both the Hunter New England and Central Coast regions.

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

Want to stay informed of the latest HealthPathways updates?

HNE HealthPathways have are commenced a monthly subscriber update to advise of the newest pathways, deleted pathways, new and retiring specialists, tips and tricks when using HealthPathways and clinician updates.

To subscribe either click here or,

  • Go to the top right corner of the home page,
  • Click the three dots and open the menu.
  • Choose 'subscribe to updates'
Past Subscriber Updates

Request a practice visit from the HealthPathways Team

General practice teams, allied health practice teams, commissioned services, CCLHD services, and other healthcare services can request a visit from the HealthPathways team who will provide an overview of the HealthPathways Program and website, and a demonstration of how to use the website.

Central Coast HealthPathways Visit Request

Hunter New England HealthPathways Visit Request

PatientInfo portals

Patientinfo is a companion health information portal to HealthPathways. No passwords are required to access the sites and so the links can be provided to patients to help them understand and manage their health conditions. As it is sourced from HealthPathways clinicians can be confident the advice is reliable, evidence based and up to date.

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