Aged Care, Palliative Care and Community-based Care

Today’s aged care providers face significant demand for resources to provide quality care. Our cloud-based staff scheduling helps optimise and simplify the management and allocation of staff.

Clients using Core Schedule

Specialist Palliative Rural Telehealth service
Sunshine Coast HHS

This is a state-wide clinical support service. Patients and family members can arrange a telehealth consultation in rural and remote areas through your GP or community nurse.

MSPCS
Metro South HHS

The MSPCS provides a specialist palliative care service with consultancy, shared and direct care elements that works in collaboration with primary and tertiary care providers to enhance quality end-of-life care and ease the suffering of people diagnosed with advanced progressing life-limiting conditions. MSPCS comprises multidisciplinary teams that provide face-to-face, telephone and telehealth consultations.

Gnullingoo Mia Aged Care
Western Australia Country Health Service

The 38-bed facility will also provide palliative care for residents with life-limiting conditions and will be home to sensory gardens as well as local native vegetation – ensuring residents feel comfortable and welcome in their home away from home. The facility is co-located at Carnarvon Hospital – enabling integration with other health services and specialties ensuring residents have the very best clinical care close at hand

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Gnullingoo Mia Residential Care Facility

Like many Core Schedule clients, Gnullingoo Mia Residential Care Facility is part of a broader healthcare system, in this case, the Western Australia Country Health Service (WACHS). Core Schedule started working with WACHS back in 2019 and we are now used across several regions by hundreds of staff throughout the service.

The Gnullingoo Mia Residential Care Facility is designed to provide culturally appropriate aged and palliative care services on-country and close to home.

The name ‘Gnullingoo Mia’ (pronounced Null-ing-oo My-ah) comes from the local indigenous Inggarda words ‘Gnulli’; which means all of us, and ‘Mia’; which is home, so the translation into English is; ‘our home’.

Carnarvon is situated on the mid-west coast of Western Australia, approx 900klms north of Perth.

The 38-bed facility will also provide palliative care for residents with life-limiting conditions and will be home to sensory gardens as well as local native vegetation – ensuring residents feel comfortable and welcome in their home away from home.

The facility is co-located at Carnarvon Hospital – enabling integration with other health services and specialties ensuring residents have the very best clinical care close at hand.