Review appointments

A specialist clinic is a unit within a hospital that provides planned, non-admitted services.

A review appointment at a specialist clinic is when the primary purpose is to assess the patient following a previous specialist clinic appointment, treatment as an inpatient or day surgery.

The graph below shows data about review appointments. You can filter by specialty clinic and health service.

Scroll further down for more information about the data (measures).

About the data:

About review appointments by specialty

The number of specialist clinic appointments that were attended by Victorians where the primary purpose was review or follow-up.

Notes

  • Data source: Victorian Integrated Non-Admitted Health Dataset (VINAH). Data extracted on 20 April 2022
  • Results for the current financial year are preliminary and will be finalised in November. Results from the previous financial year have been finalised
  • * No results are available
  • Western Health and Djerriwarrh Health Services voluntarily amalgamated on 1 July 2021. The former Djerriwarrh Health Services is presented as Western Health BM&M (where 'BM' denotes Bacchus Marsh and 'M' denotes Melton). Care needs to be taken when assessing results and comparing to prior periods
  • Ballarat Health Services, Edenhope and District Memorial Hospital, Stawell Regional Health, and Wimmera Health Care Group voluntarily amalgamated on 1 November 2021 into Grampians Health. These former entities are now presented as Grampians Health – Ballarat Health Services, Grampians Health – Edenhope and District Memorial Hospital, Grampians Health – Stawell Regional Health, and Grampians Health – Wimmera Health Care Group. Care needs to be taken when assessing results and comparing to prior periods