iCCnet CHSA Network

iCCnet CHSA is fully aligned with the principles, aims and objectives of The Health Reform Process in South Australia. The network includes over 70 hospitals, health centres and GP surgeries across South Australia.

 

Mission Statement

To provide a state-wide provider clinical network which supports the practice of evidence based medicine and continuous quality improvement in the management of cardiovascular disease across regional, rural and remote South Australia.

 

 
Angaston APY Lands Ardrossan Balaklava Barmera Berri Booleroo Bordertown Burra Ceduna Clare Cleve Coober Pedy Cowell Crystal Brook Cummins Elliston Eudunda Hawker Jamestown Kapunda Karoonda Keith Kimba kingscote Kingston S.E Lameroo Laura Leigh Creek Loxton Lucindale Maitland Mannum Marla Marree Meningie Millicent Minlaton Moomba Moonta Mount Gambier. Mt Barker Mt Pleasant Murray Bridge Naracoorte Oak Valley Oodnadatta Orroroo Penola Peterborough Pinnaroo Port Augusta Port Broughton Port Lincoln Port Pirie Quorn Renmark Riverton Robe Roxby Downs Snowtown Strathalbyn Streaky Bay Tailem Bend Tanunda. Tullawon Tumby Bay Victor Harbor Waikerie wallaroo Whyalla Woomera Wudinna Yorketown

Membership Application

If you are part of the iCCnet CHSA network and would like access to the member's area

click here

 

Friday Education

Recordings are available by clicking on the 'Clinical' tab.

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MUSE Update - CV Web 3 Training

Recording & Slides are available by clicking on the 'ECG/MUSE' tab.

ACS Protocol

Revised Management of Chest Pain/Suspected ACS protocol is available in the 'Clinical' tab.

Drug Protocols

Revised cardiac drug protocols are available in the 'Clinical' tab.

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Clinical Videos

Arterial Blood Gas Sampling Demonstration & Acid Base Presentation

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My heart, my life

To view a presentation giving an overview of the Heart Foundation: My heart, my life resource

click here

 


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