Dr Bill Gransbury

STBH Clinical Lead, AMC

This local health service directory was developed to help people locate and access local services that support an individual’s social determinants of health.   Social determinants of health are social and economic factors that can influence a person’s health and wellbeing,  such as housing, transport,  connections with family and friends, education, and mental health.
On the following pages you will find a self-rated questionnaire which you can use to help you assess your current level of need.  You can then refer to the applicable page number for services that may be able to assist you.

For service location the assessment tool can be used as an interview tool.  I have found this helpful in assessing and managing patients with mental health, chronic pain and the more complex cases in the primary care. 


Acknowledgements


Staff of the Angaston Medical Centre (AMC);
Country North SA Medical Local (CNSAML);
Suzanne Collins Angas Memorial Fund;
“Spoke” – Barossa Child, Adult & Family Services Group Inc.;
Dr Bill Gransbury – STBH Clinical Lead, AMC;
Vicki Martin – STBH Project Officer, Psychologist;
Laura Wardleworth – Country Health SA;
Elena Rudnik – Flinders University Rural Clinical School;
Artwork by: Renae Schulz, Mt McKenzie;
Graphics by: Bradley Saegenschnitter,  Angaston;
Printing by: The Leader Newspaper, Angaston

Web Design by: Raerev Marketing


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