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General practitioners (GPs) are often the first port of call for people seeking help with a mental illness.
GPs provide a variety of services, including referral of the patient on to specialised services.
This section presents information on mental health-related services provided by GPs and provides a forum for issues affecting GPs who support patients with mental illness.
The GPMHSC was established in 2002 and was included as part of the Better Access to Psychiatrist, Psychologists and General Practitioners through the Medicare Benefits Schedule (Better Access) initiative in 2006
The Better Access Initiative allows GPs to refer patients for Medicare rebated psychological services and to continue to manage care for patients with mental disorders
This is a coordinated and collaborative forum for issues affecting GPs, psychiatrists, psychologists, and mental health nurses