Referring to us is easy as...
Complete and sign the referral form (choose your appointment type from face to face at our Spring Hill clinic or via telehealth).
Our administration team will make a priority call to arrange an appointment or consultation time.
After the consultation, Wound Innovations will provide you or your GP with a management plan and dressing recommendations. You will have continued access to the team for advice or can book further appointments as required.
Our model of care
Inter-disciplinary expert team available for all appointments
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Our free publication contains a complete overview of the services offered by Wound Innovations: appointments, referral information, online learning, CPD workshops and wound clinician credentialing.
Empowering the workforce
Online wound education
Workshops and events
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There are a myriad of wound products available on the market. This easy to use guide provides relevant information on the most commonly used wound products. View a free sample of this popular guide.
Online modules are an Australian College of Midwives CPD Recognised Activity
Online modules accredited provider of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners QI & CPD Program
30 points per module endorsed by Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
Our online modules are Australian College of Nursing Endorsed Courses
They walk us around all day, squeeze into uncomfortable shoes, take a knock here and there and rarely complain. But for people with diabetes, feet are also often over-looked as the management of other aspects of diabetes takes higher priority. And with 1.7 million Australians living with diabetes, and 50,000 Australians living with diabetic foot…Read More
Diabetic foot disease (DFD) is globally recognised as the leading cause of all lower-limb amputations, and in Australia alone, it results in 4,400 amputations, 27,600 hospitalisations and nearly 1,700 deaths each year. The Wound Management Innovation Cooperative Research Centre (Wound CRC), Wound Innovations and the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS), today announced that Diabetic Foot Australia…Read More
Announcement: A new horizon in online education – WHIA education to be provided by Wound Innovations
Wound Healing Institute Australia (WHIA), a subsidiary of the Wound Management Innovation CRC, has been growing as a leader in accredited and endorsed online education for professionals. WHIA will be closing from 30 June 2018. However, all the modules you used to access through WHIA – including the recently launched perineal care module and soon…Read More
Following the successful incorporation, Wound Innovations has forged ahead by securing a preferred partnering deal with a multi-national healthcare organisation Paul Hartman Pty Ltd (‘HARTMANN’). Chairman of the Wound Management Innovation Cooperative Research Centre (Wound CRC) Professor Rob Sale commented: “I am delighted to see this true innovation be brought into reality through a CRC…Read More
Perineal care has been a frequently requested topic for our online learning suite, given that the majority of women will sustain some degree of perineal injury when giving birth, and some will have short and long-term health problems. It’s essential that health professionals who provide care and support to women during the childbirth continuum are…Read More