NDSS registration form gets an update

The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is a government initiative which offers subsidised products, education and information to support people living with diabetes.

Recently, the NDSS registration form was updated and a few changes were made.

Quicker and easier

You will see that the form has been reduced to two pages, making it quicker and easier to complete.

The information collected includes basic personal details, type of diabetes the person is diagnosed with and when, as well as their current treatment.

Education events

Once registered, this information connects people living with diabetes with upcoming education sessions in their local area.

General Practice Nurses, including both enrolled and registered nurses, have now been added as authorised health professionals to certify the form.

More opportunities to join the NDSS

This makes it easier for people living with diabetes to link in with the NDSS and access the many benefits of registration.

An endocrinologist, diabetologist, general practitioner, credentialled diabetes educator, nurse practitioners and other registered medical practitioners can still certify the NDSS registration forms.

Where to send the form

Finally, to lodge the completed and certified form, simply email it to ndss@diabetesaustralia.com.au (preferred option) or return by the alternative methods listed on the form.

Once registration is approved, the person living with diabetes will receive a welcome SMS and email containing their NDSS registration number, as well as an information pack in the mail.

Conditions of entry

Registrants must:

  • Live in Australia or
  • Be visiting from a country that has a Reciprocal Health Care Agreement with Australia
  • Have a confirmed diagnosis of diabetes or some other serious medical condition requiring blood glucose monitoring
  • Hold a Medicare Card or Department of Veteran Affair’s card.

Click here to get the new NDSS registration form.

 

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