HealthPathways access

Visit Brisbane South HealthPathways by clicking on the button below:

A username and password is required to access Brisbane South HealthPathways. If you do not have one, please contact us at

What is Brisbane South HealthPathways?

Brisbane South HealthPathways is designed to help clinicians navigate the complex primary, community, and acute care systems of the greater Brisbane South region, including Brisbane South, Redlands, Logan and the Scenic Rim catchments.  It provides up-to-date web-based information on the management and referral of more than 600 conditions. Each care pathway is a peer-approved, standardised clinical decision support tool that supports management and treatment decisions. It also includes local referral options.

HealthPathways is based on an initiative from the Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB) in Christchurch, New Zealand, which provides a ‘whole of system’ approach to effective integration of acute and primary health care services. It is designed to be used at point of care primarily by general practitioners but is also available to specialists, nurses, allied health and other health professionals.

The secure portal is not available for use by patients, however there are local resources for clinicians to provide to patients.

Who is involved?

Health Pathways is developed by clinicians for clinicians to provide up-to-date information. Each pathway goes through the following general development stages before publication: 

  • Identify the key stakeholders 
  • Draft content of localised pathway by GP Clinical Editor
  • Review of draft pathway by GP and acute care Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) 
  • Finalise pathway and publish on the website.

Get involved

You can contact the Brisbane South HealthPathways team at to:

  • Make a suggestion or send us feedback
  • Get involved in developing a pathway
  • Request a pathway to be localised or developed.

How is it maintained?

The pathways on Brisbane South HealthPathways are kept current through continuous feedback and peer review. Each pathway is formally reviewed every 3 years by clinicians across primary and acute care.