Medibank's Amplar Home Health inaugurates new headquarters

Hub features state-of-the-art tech and amenities to boost collaboration and efficiency

Medibank's Amplar Home Health inaugurates new headquarters

Life & Health

By Roxanne Libatique

Amplar Home Health, a major provider of in-home care in Australia, has opened its new headquarters in Adelaide.

The facility aims to enhance the delivery of healthcare services nationwide.

The Hon. Chris Picton, South Australian Minister for Health and Wellbeing, officially inaugurated the new premises on July 5.

During the opening ceremony, Picton said the launch of the Adelaide headquarters is a positive development for patients and the Australian healthcare system.

“I get a lot of feedback from patients and it is overwhelmingly positive. They are relieved to be at home instead of hospital and that only happens because of the great team that has hundreds of nurses buzzing around Adelaide; it is a huge logistical effort and a credit to you all,” he said.

Amplar Home Health’s headquarters in Adelaide

Located centrally in Adelaide, the headquarters will serve as the main hub for Amplar’s network of nurses and allied health professionals across the country.

The building features state-of-the-art technology and amenities to boost collaboration and efficiency in providing home-based patient care.

“At Amplar Home Health, we are dedicated to redefining the future of nursing and allied health,” said Mike Hutton Squire, hub lead health operations at Amplar Health. “Our new headquarters embodies our vision of providing exceptional care to patients in the comfort of their own homes, while empowering our healthcare professionals with the tools and resources they need to deliver.”

Amplar Home Health facilitates approximately 1,000 at-home visits daily through its team of nurses and allied health practitioners, providing service coverage to over 97% of the Australian population via its employees and contracted providers.

“The new building is a visual reminder of the future of healthcare delivery. We are embracing advanced telehealth technologies, live digital mapping, wearable patient technology. In addition, we are in the process of selecting a hybrid vehicle to replace our existing petrol vehicle fleet to reduce our environmental impact,” Squire said.

“We believe that healthcare should be accessible, personalised, and patient-centred,” said Kylie Mayo, squad lead at Amplar Health. “Our headquarters represents a significant investment in advancing the capabilities of at-home healthcare, allowing us to meet the evolving needs of our patients and communities.”

Early this year, Amplar Health partnered with a global healthcare technology specialist to improve the delivery of preventative health initiatives across Australia.

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