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Frankston Mornington Peninsula Primary Care Partnership (FMPPCP)

About the Frankston Mornington Peninsula Primary Care Partnership

The Frankston Mornington Peninsula Primary Care Partnership (FMPPCP) is a founding partner of The Peninsula Model for Primary Health Planning and shares Peninsula Model priorities which are: 

  • Aboriginal Health
  • Ageing Well
  • Alcohol and Other Drugs
  • Child Health
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • e-Health
  • Mental Health
  • Prevention and Better Health

Health promotion, community engagement, integrated chronic disease management and service coordination are core strategies.

The FMPPCP membership comprises health and community service providers committed to strengthening the planning, coordination and delivery of services by using a range of innovative and collaborative strategies. These strategies are designed to improve outcomes for people using health and community support services across the local government areas of Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. 

FMP PCP Key Principles

FMPPCP has a number of key principles, which underpin the development of its operational model, strategic objectives and decision making:

  • Collaborative Partnership
  • Better positive patient/client outcomes
  • Evidence-based population health planning
  • Innovative integrated service systems
  • Advocacy & Change

Links to Important FMP PCP Documents and Websites

FMPPCPStrategicPlan2013-17 

FMPPCP Annual Activity Report – 2012-13

FMPPCP Population Health Atlas 2012

Stronger Communities (Respectful Relationships) Project 2010 – 13 Evaluation Report Final Draft 25 November 2013 pdf 1.24 MB

Department of Health – Primary Care Partnerships

Peninsula Model of Primary Health Planning

Collective Impact Workshop 100914 – Dawn O’Neil Presentation

Collective Impact Workshop 100914 – Helen Keleher Presentation

Archived FMP PCP Documents 

 

Contact details

Currently Vacant – Executive Officer
Ph: (03) 9788 1543
Mobile: 0408 032 923

Dianne Berryman – Acting Executive Officer
Ph: (03) 9788 1544
Mobile: 0408 032 923
Dberryman@phcn.vic.gov.au

Tricia Folvig – Project Manager Primary Care Youth Partnership and Service Coordination
Ph: (03) 9788 1515
Mobile: 0408 597 843
Pfolvig@phcn.vic.gov.au

Trisha Kilgour – Integrated Health Promotion Coordinator
Ph: (03) 9788 1325
Mobile: 0428 968 177
Tkilgour@phcn.vic.gov.au

Currently Vacant – Integrated Chronic Disease Management Coordinator
Ph: (03) 9788 1544
Mobile: 0409 269 826

Anita Eichholtz – Administration and Project Support Officer
Ph: (03) 9788 1211
aeichholtz@phcn.vic.gov.au

P.O. Box 192
Mt Eliza VIC 3930

Member Agencies 

  1. Anglicare Victoria
  2. Australian Hearing Frankston
  3. Baptcare
  4. Baptist Village Baxter
  5. Brotherhood of St Laurence
  6. Commonwealth Carer Respite and Carelink Centre – Southern Region
  7. Community Support, Frankston
  8. Connecting Skills Australia
  9. Extended Famillies Australia
  10. Family Life
  11. Focus Individualised Support Services
  12. Frankston Mornington Peninsula Medicare Local
  13. Gambler’s Help Southern
  14. Good Shepherd Youth & Family Services
  15. Life Works Relationship Counselling and Educational Services
  16. Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria
  17. Mind Australia
  18. MOIRA Inc.
  19. Mornington Peninsula Shire Council
  20. My Health Carers
  21. Neami National
  22. New Hope Foundation
  23. Oz Child
  24. Peninsula Health
  25. Peninsula Home Hospice
  26. Peninsula Support Services
  27. Reclink Australia 
  28. Royal District Nursing Service
  29. Seniors Community Care
  30. Skills Plus
  31. South East Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA)
  32. Southern Cross Care
  33. Southern Peninsula Community Care
  34. Stepping-Up Consortium
  35. St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital
  36. Vision Australia Dandenong
  37. Wesley Mission Victoria – Aged Care and Support Service Southern Region
  38. Women’s Health in the South East (WHISE)