General Disability Services

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital - (QEII)

Metro South Hospital and Health Service

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About Us

The Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT) is a multi-disciplinary team whose primary role is the assessment of frail aged people over 70 yrs and some people with disabilities in their home, in hospital or in aged care facilities. ACAT is responsible for assessing eligibility and approving applications for residential care (permanent and respite) Community Aged Care Packages and EACH Package. The team provides information and advice to elderly people in order to assist them in making informed decisions about care services. Self referrals and referrals from any appropriate source are accepted. ACAT is a multi disciplinary team whose primary role is the assessment of frail aged people.

Quick Facts About The Region

Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital - (QEII) is located in the suburb of Coopers Plains, the ward of Moorooka in the council of Brisbane, the state electorate of Toohey and the federal electorate of Moreton.