The Multi-Purpose Services Program
The Multi-Purpose Services Program is a joint initiative of the Australian Government and state and territory governments, and provides integrated health and aged care services for small regional and remote communities. It allows services to exist in regions that could not viably support stand-alone hospitals or aged care homes.
Multi-Purpose Services Program Allocation Round is now open
Applications for the 2018-19 Flexible Aged Care Places (Multi-Purpose Services) Allocation Round opened on 27 August 2018 and close on 5 October 2018.
Read about the Multi-Purpose Services Program objectives and key facts.
Read about the review of the Multi-Purpose Services Program.
Information about flexible aged care subsidy and funding for Multi-Purpose Services.
Flexible Aged Care Places (Multi-Purpose Services) Allocations Rounds.
How to establish a new Multi-Purpose Service.
Find out about Multi-Purpose Service Planning, community participation and Primary Health Networks.
Find out about the range of services delivered by Multi-Purpose Services and service principles.
Find out about client eligibility to enter a Multi-Purpose Services and client fees and payments.
Legislation and rights and responsibilities of providers and care recipients of Multi-Purpose Services
Read about the legislated responsibilities and requirements of Multi-Purpose Service providers and consumers rights and responsibilities.
Find out more about the complaints process and advocacy services available to Multi-Purpose Service care recipients.
Use the My Aged Care service finder to find a Multi-Purpose Service near you or see the map of where Multi-Purpose Services are located.
Find information about how to update Multi-Purpose Service information using the My Aged Care service provider portal.
For enquiries about the Multi-Purpose Services Program please email MPSagedcare@health.gov.au