As you may have noticed, our website looks different. Central and Eastern Sydney PHN have moved to a new site and although much has remained the same, we have introduced some new functions.
When you land on our new website, you will be asked to select whether you are a:
Allied Health, or
This is to ensure that the content you see is better tailored to your interests.
At the bottom of the page, you will be able to find a campaign space, where we display important and relevant content. By clicking on the campaign, you will be directed to more information.
Five tips to help you navigate our website:
Use the Quick Links: The Quick Links will give you easy access to all pages on the website.
Click on hyperlinks: Hyperlinks are light blue and underlined. By clicking a hyperlink, you will be directed to another webpage or a document that the hyperlink refers to. Here’s an example of a hyperlink.
Homepage button: Click on the CESPHN logo (upper left side of the page) and you will be redirected to the main homepage of our website. This is a great way of restarting your navigation from the beginning.
Share our webpages: Each webpage has a unique URL in the address bar in your browser. You can share URLs and have other users see the same webpages. Simply copy the URL address and paste it in an email or chat. Here’s an example of an URL: https://cesphn.org.au/general-practice.
Use refresh icon: Some webpages might take longer to load. This can happen for many reasons. The best option is to wait a few seconds or refresh the page if needed.
As part of the process of moving to a new website, it may take longer to transfer some content across.
This may lead to a small number of pages or hyperlinks not working (showing as “404 page not found”).
We appreciate your patience and understanding while we work on resolving these issues.
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