COVID-19: St Vincent Hospital's Inclusive Health Program continues to monitor the situation for vulnerable groups and is working to support our health services at the front lines.
In line with its Mission,Values and Vision, St Vincent's Health Australia reaches out to some of the most vulnerable people in the Australian community,
St Vincent Hospital Melbourne's Health Indepence Program (HIP) are leading an inter-agency partnership exploring a pilot model of care to improve health outcomes for people who are released from prison. This group often have complex needs and high rates of recidivism, that come with great costs to individuals and society. This partnership project provides targeted ex-prisoner support, aimed at reducing reducing recidivism rates and thereby improving health and wellbeing outcomes for this group. St Vincent's commitment to the most vulnerable and marginalised people in our community, is demonstrated by the provision of compassionate and innovative care, enabling hope for those served.
*St Vincent's HIP delivers a coordinated, integrated and interdisciplinary health and support service with a single plan of care. Clients are enabled to be the decision makers of their care, whilst being supported through self-management to achieve their healthcare goals. This accessible program is well recognised and strongly linked to the local community and service sector. This approach enhances the client experience and improves their health, wellbeing and independence.
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