MyMedicare is a new voluntary patient registration model, designed to improve health care delivery and patient experiences. It allows individuals to choose their preferred general or nurse practitioner and health care team.
Registration in MyMedicare is voluntary for patients, practices and providers.
More information: Department of Health and Aged Care webpage.
  • More comprehensive information about regular patients;
  • Access to additional blended funding packages, tailored to patients’ health needs;
  • Support for longer GP telehealth consultations with reduced administration costs;
  • Provision of funding packages for general practices to provide comprehensive care to patients who are:
  • frequent hospital users, and
  • Australians in residential aged care.
General practices can register in the Organisation Register from 1 July 2023.  
  • Registered patients will have access to longer MBS-funded telephone calls (Levels C and D) with their usual general practice from November 2023.
  • Registered children under 16, pensioners and other Commonwealth concession card holders will have access to the triple bulk billing incentive for longer MBS telehealth consultations (Levels C, D and E) from November 2023.
  • The new General Practice in Aged Care Incentive will support regular health assessments, care plans and monthly GP visits for people registered with MyMedicare in residential aged care homes from August 2024.
  • Chronic Disease Management Plans will be linked non-exclusively from November 2024.
  • 1 visit in the past 12 months for patients registered with Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services and practices in MMM 6 & 7 locations
  • 2 visits in 24 months for patients registered with Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services and practices in MMM 1 - 5 locations 
  • A parent/ child can be registered at the same practice, provided one of them has an existing registration
  • Exemptions from any requirements apply to people who may be disadvantaged including people experiencing domestic and family violence, and homeless people.
  1. Ensure your eligibility
  2. Create your organisation in PRODA
  3. Link your PRODA organisation to HPOS
  4. Access the Organisation Register in HPOS to - Link your eligible providers 
  5. Create your Organisation record 
  6. Create your Organisation site record 
Services Australia provides elearning modules to assist you with the processes required to set up and use the Organisation Register.
For more information view the presentation below:

Primary Health Care Coordinator Details

Shelly Reynolds (PCCD Senior Manager and Central West Region)

Amber Scott (South West Coordinator)

Roderick Wright (First Nations Practice Support Coordinator)

Sarah Carige (North West Coordinator)