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Rina Glucina

Rina Glucina
Nurse Practitioner

A Nurse Practitioner is qualified to diagnose medical problems, perform certain procedures, prescribe medications and make referrals for a wide range of conditions within their scope of practice. Rina Glucina is a Registered Nurse, Endorsed Nurse Practitioner, with General and Primary Health notations. She has had many years experience in General Nursing, working in numerous hospitals such as The Royal Women's, Prince of Wales (Sydney) and The Latrobe Regional hospital, just to name a few. She has a wealth of experience across all facets of nursing from paediatric , child, adolescent, aged care, women's health, sexual health, medical, surgical and emergencies. She has just recently returned from the outback, where I have spent the last decade, working autonomously, running remote area clinics for various Indigenous communities in the Top End, Northern Territory and Western Australia. During this time, she also worked in collaboration with the Royal Flying Doctors and Allied Health. She operates her own clinic in Torquay and offering the community of Geelong, her Melbourne and Phillip Island patients, a service shaped by her vision of providing high quality, personalised, customer-focused health care. She is qualified to perform an advanced assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation of a patient's health care for both simple and more complex health issues as required. Her own website is available at http://www.npfamilyclinic.com.au/profile.html.

Video Consultations

As the COVID19 crisis escalates we are increasing our offering of video consultations to our patients.  Many of our patients are elderly or have chronic conditions. Many reside in residential aged care. We are offering video consultations as a way to reduce the risk of spreading.  We are grateful for the support of all the residential aged care facilities we visit in facilitating video consultations.

The use of our video consultation service is simple and straightforward.  Watch this animation for simple instructions.

 

Team based care

At Prestantia Health we believe the best outcomes and experience of care for our patients can only be achieved by a team-based approach to care.  Modern healthcare is complex and so a team brings the ability to manage and support that complexity in a way an individual doctor cannot. Hear from some members of our team.

COVID 19

The World Health Organization has announced that COVID-19 is a pandemic.  At Prestantia Health many of our patients are elderly or have chronic conditions and so are more vulnerable to the effects of COVID-19. We all have our role to play.  This article will constantly be reviewed and updated during the pandemic to reflect changes to our services and advice to our patients and clients.

Aged Care Royal Commission

Prestantia Health's Dr. Paresh Dawda provided evidence today at the Aged Care Royal Commission.

He was asked questions about many aspects of aged care and health. He discussed fit for purpose funding models to improve healthcare for those in residential aged care, the value of teamwork and need for multi-disciplinary teams, value-based approaches to providing healthcare for elderly, the integration of care including record systems.

His statement can be reviewed at https://agedcare.royalcommission.gov.au/hearings/Pages/hearings/2019/public-hearings-9-13-december-2019.aspx

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Forde Suites
1st Floor (Units 8-10)
26 Francis Forde Boulevard
Forde, ACT 2914

T: 02 6113 0188
F: 02 6147 0311
contact@prestantiahealth.com