Below are a range of health providers and resources which may assist you or your family with additional day to day healthcare questions or concerns.


Asthma Australia

1800 ASTHMA (1800 278 462) 

Asthma Australia incorporates the Asthma Foundations from every state and territory and is the nation’s peak asthma body. For over 50 years they have delivered high quality resources and support for people with asthma and their carers and provided training for healthcare professionals and other people in the community with a duty of care.

Asthma Australia facilitates the Asthma Assist program which is a free asthma information and support service that provides regular updates on the management of asthma, latest research, new treatments and medications, and much more.

For more information about asthma, speak to your Cincotta Discount Chemist pharmacist.


Cancer Screening 

This Government website provides information on cancer screening. Cancer screening can help protect your health through early detection, even if you don’t have any symptoms of the disease. Simple screening tests look for particular changes and early signs of cancer before it has developed or before any symptoms emerge.

Diabetes Australia

1300 136 588

Diabetes is a serious complex condition which can affect the entire body. Diabetes requires daily self-care and if complications develop, diabetes can have a significant impact on quality of life and can reduce life expectancy. While there is currently no cure for diabetes, you can live an enjoyable life by learning about the condition and effectively managing it. Diabetes Australia assists Australians living with Diabetes with more information on how to manage and find assistance and support with their health. 

eHealth record 

You can find information about eHealth records from this Government website. An eHealth record is a personally controlled, secure, electronic summary of your health information. Your eHealth record will be accessible only by you and the healthcare organisations you authorise. 


GP helpline

1800 022 222

The after-hours GP helpline is for people who need after hours medical advice, but who can't access their usual doctor and are not sure what they should do. Based on the caller's symptoms the registered nurse can transfer the caller to the after-hours GP. 

Health Direct

Healthdirect Australia provides every Australian with access to health information and the right advice on the appropriate care for their health issue, when and where they need it. 


Lifeline Australia

13 11 14

Lifeline provides 24/7 support for anyone experiencing personal crisis.



General enquires 132 011

Medicare looks after the health of Australians through the efficient delivery of programs such as the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register and the Australian Organ Donor Register. 


My Aged Care

1800 200 422 

My Aged Care provides one point of entry for Australians to access clear, consistent and reliable aged care information. Both the website and the contact centre will provide you with personalised, accurate and consistent information relevant to your needs. This includes advice on healthy and active living and assistance in finding local providers such as aged care facilities. 


National Health Services Directory (NHSD)

The National Health Services Directory (NHSD) provides access to reliable information on available health related services. The directory will assist you to choose and connect with the most appropriate health services for your current needs. 


Pregnancy and Birth

1800 882 436

Pregnancy, Birth and Baby, a government funded health information service, is a phone and online service for all Australians, providing information, advice and counselling about pregnancy, childbirth and your baby's first year.