New South Wales COVID-19 updates

This page will be updated with the latest information as it becomes available for GPs in NSW.

The information on this page was last updated: Thursday 2 April 2020, 4.15 pm AEDT

You can also find nationally relevant information via the RACGP Coronavirus (COVID19) information for GPs webpage

For up-to-the-minute information, visit the Australian Federal Government Department of Health website and subscribe to receive the bi-weekly COVID-19 newsletter for GPs from the Chief Medical Officer.

Join the RACGP NSW&ACT Facebook group to chat with your colleagues and stay up to date.

RACGP NSW&ACT, together with NSW Health are delivering regular webinars for GPs in NSW.

Upcoming webinars

View previous webinars

Please see this document for Q&As from the webinars including PPE, testing, pathology labs, self-isolation, and case and close contact.


RACGP has an ongoing series of COVID-19 podcasts to assist you to keep up to date. Most of them are 5–10 minutes long,  you can listen to them anytime.

Practice THAT! Podcast series for the practice manager

Just a GP






Central and Eastern Sydney

1300 986 991

Hunter New England and Central Coast

1300 859 028


(02) 6923 3100

Nepean Blue Mountains

(02) 4708 8100

North Coast

(02) 6618 5400

Northern Sydney

(02) 9432 8250

South Eastern NSW

1300 069 002

South Western Sydney

(02) 4632 3000

Western NSW

1300 699 167

Western Sydney

(02) 8811 7100


Phone: (02) 9886 4700 


Join the RACGP NSW&ACT Facebook group to chat with your colleagues and stay up to date

AH&MRC COVID-19 related information.

New Practice Incentive Payment information.

Chris O’Brien Lifehouse remains COVID19 free and is NSW’s and ACT’s dedicated cancer-only hospital

Our multidisciplinary GP Direct Access Cancer team is available to triage and support referring GPs and their patients, to put in place treatment plans as we all navigate through the COVID19 crisis for:

  • New patient consults including Telehealth
  • Rapid access for urgent appointments

Contact us

RDN has launched the Virtual Health Workforce Register and Matching Service

They are seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from GPs, nurses, allied health professionals, specialists, practice managers and administrators who can provide telehealth support to communities.

Complete this EOI form and a member of the RDN NSW Workforce Team will be in touch.