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General Practice Liaison Officer (GPLO) Program

Metro South GPLO Team are here to assist

The GP Liaison Officers (GPLO’s) are available to support and assist GP’s with:

Contact details:

Email: GPLO_Programs2@health.qld.gov.au
Telephone1300 364 155 (option 2) Mon-Fri 8am-4pm

If the lines are busy - Please leave a message and the GPLO Team will return your call

GPLO Maternity Shared Care Team Metro South

The Metro South GPLO Maternity Shared Care team are based at Logan Hospital, but work liaising between Metro South Maternity services and GPs across the hospital catchments. The team comprises of GP Liaison Dr Kim Nolan, a highly experienced women’s health specialist GP and GP Liaison Midwife Manager Lisa Miller. The team are available to assist with patient queries, referrals, patient handover, and to liaise with the obstetric team on your behalf. We currently run several GP Alignment Education events each year which are designed to assist GPs in providing high level maternity shared care within Metro South.

Events

Contact details

Dr Kim Nolan 
M.B.B.S; DRANZCOG; FRACGP; DCH
GPLO General Practitioner – Maternity  
Obstetrics and Gynaecology Department 
Logan Hospital 
Telephone: 07 2891 5754
Email: Kim.Nolan@health.qld.gov.au  

Lisa Miller
General Practice Liaison Midwife Manager 
Women's & Children's Services | Logan Bayside Health Network
Logan Hospital 
Telephone: 0482 677 946  
Email: lisa.miller3@health.qld.gov.au  

Becoming a Shared Care GP

GPs wishing to provide shared antenatal care at MSH region hospitals are encouraged to become aligned. There are a number of options to alignment including completion of a DRANZCOG, Certificate of Women’s Health, MMH or MSH Alignment 1 seminar. A flowchart is provided below to outline Alignment/Re-Alignment Options. 

The Maternity Shared Care alignment seminars are updated regularly to support GPs provide safe and contemporaneous maternity care for women and families in Brisbane south.

Completing the MSH Alignment 1 seminar will enable GPs to participate in the Maternity Shared Care Alignment Program with Logan, Redland and Beaudesert Hospitals, and provide a pathway to accessing the MMH Online Bridging program.

The GP Maternity Shared Care team at Metro South Health also offer the MSH GP Maternity Shared Care Online Bridging Program. The program is delivered via an interactive online learning module, and is available to all GPs who are currently aligned to provide GP Maternity Shared Care at MMH and wish to align with MSH. To access the MSH GP Maternity Shared Care Online Bridging Program, please contact the GP Liaison Officer on GPLO_Maternity_Share_Care@health.qld.gov.au

Objectives

  • Provide direct contact point for General Practice to navigate Metro South Health outpatient services and referral processes for optimal patient care
  • Enhance the patient journey by coordinating and improving the communication between primary and secondary care, in collaboration with the Brisbane South PHN
  • Engage and support clinicians and staff to implement improvement initiatives or adapt existing models of care for best patient care and healthcare integration
  • Support primary care clinicians with specific queries and escalation point for GP feedback across Metro South Health
  • Identify and address service gaps especially at the interface between primary and specialist outpatient care, including collaboration with and promotion of SpotOnHealth Health Pathways
  • Support clinical outpatient handover between primary and secondary care, including electronic transmission and secure messaging
  • Support the MSH Central Referral Hub and Outpatient Departments in delivering key messages and initiatives in the outpatient journey

 

GPLO Program Diagram

 

Last updated 25 May 2022
Last reviewed 19 May 2022