What is HealthPathways WA?

Thumbnail to access webinarHealthPathways WA is a web-based portal with information on referral and management pathways helping clinicians to navigate patients through the complex primary, community and acute health care system in Western Australia.  

HealthPathways WA is designed to be used at the point of care by general practitioners.

Dr Sue Jackson, HealthPathways WA Lead Clinical Editor, presented the RACGP webinar video 'Creating Effective HealthPathways'.  

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About HealthPathways

See an example screenshot of the anorexia nervosa pathway in HealthPathways WA.  

These pathways have been designed for use during consultation and are jointly developed by consensus and collaboration between hospital clinicians and general practice teams.

You can also see the full list of pathways we are currently working on (new window).

The HealthPathways Community website (new window) has information about all organisations implementing HealthPathways across Australia and New Zealand.

Read more about HealthPathways WA.

Get involved

Contact the WA HealthPathways Coordinator if you would like to:

  • Join a Pathway Development Team
  • Request a pathway to be localised or developed
  • Make a suggestion or send us feedback.

Find out how you can receive 40 CPD points for participating in the HealthPathways project.


Access HealthPathways

Please email the WA HealthPathways Coordinator if you would like the login details for the HealthPathways website, or to organise visit to your practice and download the shortcut on your desktop.  

Already have a login? Connect to HealthPathways WA.

This site is managed by the
WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA).

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Current clinical streams

We are currently working on the following clinical streams: 

  • ENT, Pain Management, Drug and Alcohol, Genetics, Gastroenterology, Aged Care, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Cancer Screening, Oral Health, Urology

Watch our video

Watch the HealthPathways WA YouTube video (new window).

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