Who is PCCS?

Primary & Community Care Services (PCCS) is a local health organisation working to make it easier for people to access the health and community services they need. It’s about creating a smoother journey for everyone, including the people who deliver health and community services.

To ensure we’re delivering exactly what the community needs, PCCS is identifying where the health gaps are by talking to healthcare professionals, local councils, community groups and individuals.

PCCS is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation. For a summary of our work this past year, please see our Annual Report.

What we do

Primary & Community Care Services (PCCS) is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation focused on driving positive outcomes in the health and welfare sectors.

We provide access to community-based services that include nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, social work, care coordination and psychological support services.

How we work

We work in partnership with funders including State and Federal Governments and insurance providers, to deliver meaningful health programs and services for the local community.

Our close connections with local referrers includes GPs, allied health professionals, psychologists, psychiatrists and mental health teams are essential to program delivery.

Who we work with

For clients, we help with improving health and wellbeing; navigating the health and welfare systems; accessing supports and preventing unnecessary hospitalisations.

For health professionals, PCCS offers advice and practical support to facilitate collaborative inter-agency interactions. We work in partnership with funders including Federal and State Governments and health funds.

Our strengths lie in care coordination, linking and support services for people living with mental illness.

Joining the dots between health professionals, support providers and
our clients.

With offices in Queensland and NSW, our programs work alongside GP and health professional’s normal model of care.