We deliver successful and accessible health and wellbeing services by developing quality coordinated care that will improve your out-of-hospital health care experience.
Marathon Health has seven health service focus areas:
Partners in Recovery offers ‘wrap-around’ care that is individually tailored to your needs, connecting you to clinical and community support through one of our experienced facilitators.
It will support eligible program participants to test NDIS access and provide transitional support.
Strong Minds Western NSW provides access to free and effective psychological services for people aged 12+ living in regional, rural and remote NSW.
Strong Minds Murrumbidgee provides access to free and effective psychological services for people all ages living in the Murrumbidgee region.
NewAccess, developed by Beyond Blue, is a free mental health coaching program for anyone aged 16 and over who’s stressed, or feeling anxious or overwhelmed about everyday life issues, such as work, study, relationships and loneliness.
Support to Skills aims to increase apprenticeship and traineeship completion rates by supporting small businesses in the ACT and regional NSW, and their apprentices and trainees, to build mentally healthy workplaces.
The Indigenous Chronic Disease (ICD) Clinic serves as a one-stop shop for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people with complex health needs.
Integrated Team Care supports people living with chronic disease in the Murrumbidgee region. Working with your GP, our Care Coordinators will support you to access the right health services and can provide assistance in meeting related costs.
The Condobolin Wellbeing program offers wide-ranging, culturally sensitive supports covering mental and physical health, healing, housing, education, employment, finance, social life, welfare, domestic violence, and drug and alcohol.
Healthy Ears, Better Hearing, Better Listening increases access to services offering diagnosis, treatment and management of ear and hearing health for Indigenous children and youth aged 0 to 21 years.
Through our fully-funded Chronic Disease Management and Prevention Program we work with General Practices and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation’s to provide services, where there is no alternative funding or services available.
The Medical Outreach Indigenous Chronic Disease Program supports specialists and allied health professionals by providing improved access to outreach medical services to Indigenous people living in regional, rural or remote communities.
Working with your GP, our Care Coordinators will support you to coordinate and access your health services. Our aim is for you to be confident and independent when it comes to your health.
Our Credentialed Diabetes Educators provide specialist services for adults diagnosed with pre-diabetes, Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Diabetes in Pregnancy and Gestational Diabetes.
Our accredited Exercise Physiologists can work with you to design, deliver and evaluate safe and effective exercise programs to help prevent, manage or improve a chronic health condition or injury.
With a referral from your GP, our accredited Pharmacists can assist you to manage your medicines by providing a Home Medication Review.
Our accredited Practicing Dietitians can help you reach your goals through individualised nutrition consultations and ongoing long-term support. They are experienced in the areas of chronic disease management and prevention, childhood nutrition, weight gain/loss, nutrition in the elderly and more.
Our Occupational Therapists will work with you to help you participate in the occupations of everyday life. Occupations include things you need to do, want to do and are expected to do.
Partners in Planning promotes the understanding of Advance Care Planning and the creation of Advance Care Directives throughout South Eastern New South Wales, and provides resources designed to empower you to start the conversations and decision-making process.
The Rural Health Outreach Funds program supports specialists and allied health professionals in providing improved access to outreach health services to people living in regional, rural or remote communities.
Through a range of tailored programs, our experienced Smoking Cessation nurses can help you achieve your goals to combat smoking habits.
Our Speech Pathologists work with people to support their communication including speech, listening, understanding language, reading, writing, social skills, stuttering and using voice.
They also work with people who experience difficulty in swallowing food and drinks safely.
We offer a range of services to assist regional employers to keep staff fit and well. Our team can tailor a service to meet your needs.
We operate an After Hours General Practitioner (GP) Clinic in Bathurst and Dubbo, for primary care outside of normal business hours. Both regions also have a medical telephone service that connects you to a local GP.
A five week Nationally Accredited program teaching basic relaxation techniques, a series of infant massage techniques and further ideas to adapt to your growing child.
Through our ConnectALL mentoring program, we offer positive guidance and support to help young people realise their potential to achieve their goals.
Operating out of headspace Dubbo, the Individual Placement Support Program supports young people aged 12-25 to find, and keep, employment.
Marathon Health is a registered provider of supports under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Our person-centred approach means our experienced Allied Health and Support Coordination team will work with you and your family or carers to make sure you can access the supports you want.
headspace is a free, youth-friendly service for all young people aged 12-25 and covers four main areas: mental health, physical health, work and study support, and alcohol and other drug services.
Our headspace centres are located in Bathurst, Canberra, Dubbo, Orange and Queanbeyan, with additional satellite services in Cowra and Lithgow.
If you would like any information about any of our services, please call the Services Access Line: 1300 402 585
Marathon Health’s response to COVID-19
A message from our CEO
We are watching the COVID-19 situation develop in our communities and our thoughts are with impacted communities.
Following advice from the Australian Government about physical distancing, we will cease face to face appointments and outreach services, and transition what services we can to virtual servicing via video and phone.
These changes will be effective from Friday 20 March at 5pm, until further notice.
During this time, our two key aims have been to maintain important health services to isolated and vulnerable people, while keeping our staff and their families safe.
Our After Hours GP clinic and telephone services will continue to operate as normal. Please visit After Hours to find out more information.
What this means
- Our physical office locations will be temporarily closed; however, staff will be working from virtual locations, and can still be reached via email or mobile during regular business hours
- For specific services, you may able to speak to your regular staff contact from the comfort of your own home. Our team will be in contact with all clients to ensure the transition to telephone/video delivery is as seamless as possible
- For those services where we are unable to offer telephone/video facilities, one of our team will be in touch to discuss alternative arrangements and reschedule for a later date
We understand this may cause stress in an already uncertain time, and we will endeavour to communicate and provide alternative options wherever possible.
For more general information about COVID-19, please visit credible sources such as health.gov.au.
If you are feeling anxious or worried, there are some great resources and forums available through Beyond Blue. If you are in a crisis, please call triple zero or go to your nearest emergency department. Find 24/7 support in your area here.
Thank you for your support during this difficult time,
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