Our Service is aimed at preventing, managing and reducing the impact of foot complications associated with disorders or diseases such as Diabetes and Peripheral Arterial Disease. We also look after aged care podiatry patients.
For any urgent issues out of working hours please seek medical assistance or go to the Emergency Department.
High Risk Foot Service
The service is available for those with active foot wounds or ulcers, suspected or confirmed Acute Charcot Foot or Suspected or confirmed foot infection including cellulitis and/or osteomyelitis (below the ankle).
Our team has Podiatrists, a Wound Nurse Practitioner, a Diabetes Nurse Practitioner, Allied Health Assistant, a Vascular Surgeon, a Rehabilitation Consultant and an Infectious Disease Consultant.
The High Risk Foot Service is available on Monday to Friday from 9.00am - 4.00pm.
How to refer
Complete the Community Care Intake Service Referral form.
Aged Care Podiatry
Aged care Podiatry is aimed at managing skin and nail care in the feet to prevent foot complications by providing a service to those who are unable to self-care.
The service is available for those 65 years and over and requiring general nail and skin care and 50 years and over for Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander people requiring general nail and skin care.
Aged Care Podiatry is available on Monday to Friday from 9.00am - 4.00pm.
How to refer
Call My Aged Care on 1800 200 422 or complete the online referral available at: www.myaged.care.gov.au/make-a-referral