Have you been injured or become unwell as a result of your time spent in service with the ADF? If this has resulted in you being discharged on medical grounds, you would be wise to source an experienced provider of veterans health care in Sydney.
Since its inception in 2019, Veterans Health Centre has delivered world-class health care to veterans. Ex ADF member Dr Thomas Perkins and his team of ex-ADF servicemen and women are dedicated to helping veterans navigate their health issues and interactions with the DVA during their transition to civilian life.
Our desire to be the number one provider of veterans health care in Sydney has led us to develop a one-of-a-kind approach. This means going beyond the provision of clinical services linked with physical and mental health by offering professional handling of your DVA claims, including assessments, completion of all paperwork and its submission.
Our experience has shown that the stress and negative mental health impacts related to veterans dealing with the DVA can impair their recovery. By having our experts manage this on behalf of our veterans we are creating an environment in which they can focus on more important things.
In addition to our DVA claims and submissions expertise, we offer the following bulk-billed services as part of our veterans health care in Sydney:
- Initial liability assessments and claims
- Permanent Impairment Assessments
- Diagnostic Assessments
- GP Management Plans
- Team Care Arrangements
- Mental Health Care Plans and more.
To enable us to deliver world-class veterans health care, we collaborate with a number of trusted specialists including but not limited to psychiatrists, psychologists, physiotherapists and exercise physiologists. By leveraging this expertise, we are able to create personalised health care plans that are effective and practical. This level of care is exceptionally difficult to source through any other provider of veterans health care in Sydney.
Through an organised focus on a holistic approach to veterans health care, we are able to secure outstanding support for injury management, pain management, chronic illness management, mental health services support and management, and musculoskeletal injuries.
A tool we value highly and recognise as playing a key role in veteran health is the presence of social support, and something we strongly encourage. Services such as Mates4Mates create ongoing opportunities for veterans to engage in “compassionate bridging”, meet likeminded individuals with similar backgrounds and identify their new sense of self as they re-enter civilian life.