A specialised wound clinic which provides assessment, diagnosis, intervention and education for clients with wounds present for more than 4 weeks.
Clinical service overview
The clinic provides time-limited treatment plans for clients with chronic wounds which are difficult to heal or where the diagnosis is unclear. The staff will work with the client and their primary healthcare practitioner (GP, District Nurse etc) regarding the ongoing wound management plan.
Refer your patient
Fax referral to us
Caulfield Access is responsible for intake, information and referral processing for a wide range of community and ambulatory services.
We accept referrals from GPs, specialists, family, carers, case managers and patients.
We also welcome phone enquiries to discuss potential referrals or an existing referral. Referrals are triaged depending on priority.
Patients requiring immediate assessment should be sent to the Emergency & Trauma Centre.
To refer a patient to a community service either:
- complete the Service Coordination Tool Template (SCTT) and submit electronically, or
- complete and fax your SCTT referral form to Caulfield Access Unit
Consider making referrals for chronic conditions indefinite.
Once a referral has been received, a Care Coordinator will phone the patient to discuss their needs and organise appropriate services. The Care Coordinator will provide the patient with their phone number. Patients are encouraged to contact the Care Coordinator if they have any concerns.
- Referral enquiries (03) 9076 6776
- Phone (once referral accepted) (03) 9076 6800
- Referral fax (03) 9076 6773
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- Dr Elizabeth Dapiran: Geriatric Medicine
- Dr Jonathan Beavers: Geriatric Medicine
On the doctor’s behalf, Alfred Health can bulk bill the cost of the consultation for some services through Medicare. This means there is no out of pocket expense to the patient.
MBS-billed services require a current referral. Provide your patient with a 12 month referral to see the specialist of your choice at the requested clinic.
Referrals must be addressed to a named specialist or the Head of service, listed at the top of this page. Clinic consultants are listed on every clinic page.
Note that from time to time, your patient may be seen by another specialist in the clinic, in order to expedite their treatment.