This page provides information on how to create and edit Doctor's information, Clinic, Organisations and Hospitals on Healthpages.wiki.
Healthpages.wiki is an open, collaborative platform based on the same MediaWiki  software that drives the world's largest online reference, Wikipedia . While traditional wikis contain only text which computers can neither understand nor evaluate, Healthpages.wiki uses semantic annotations that enables wikis to make their knowledge computer-processable and allow wiki to function as a collaborative database.
Help Using Healthpages.wiki
This section explains how Healthpages.wiki works and gives answers to some common questions.
Whether you're a first-time user or an experienced data-contributor, you'll find some useful hints here.
Getting to know us
Healthpages.wiki helps you find and use resources relating to health services in Australia. It's more than a search engine. Healthpages brings together content from doctor practices, hospitals, clinics, news, social-media, health and research organisations and gives you tools to explore and build.
Healthpages is many things: a community, a collaboration, a set of services, a platform, an aggregation of metadata, and a growing repository of digital resources.
Healthpages.wiki at a glance
What can you find in Healthpages? Here's a quick overview:
- Medical and Ancillary providers including Bulk Billing and After Hours doctors, GPs, Specialists, Surgeons and Allied Health Professionals
- Health Services by Regions supporting States, Urban Regions, Primary Health Networks (PHNs) and Suburbs
- Health Occupations and Specialties
- Hospitals including Public and Private Hospitals
- Medical Clinics including Bulk Billing and After Hours Clinics
- Pharmacy Services
- Pathology Services
- Radiology Services
- Health Topics including Medical Conditions, Interventions and more
- Health Organisations including Universities and Medical Colleges
- Health Hashtags
- Health News
Help: Registration and logging in
You can read pages without creating an account or logging in. To create or edit pages, you need to create a an account and log in.
To create an account (which is free and gives you more anonymity if you want that), just click the "create an account or log in" link at the top right corner of any page and follow the instructions. A confirmation code was sent to your email address. To confirm that this account really does belong to you and activate email features on Healthpages.wiki, click on the link in the email. If you don't receive the email within 10 minutes of creating your account, you can request a new email to be sent to you : http://healthpages.wiki/wiki/Special:Preferences
Help: Creating a page
Different categories of pages are supported by Healthpages.wiki. Use the relevant form for the type of page you are creating. Before adding a new entry to Healthpages.wiki, please make sure that entry does not already exist by first using the Search box.
- Create a new Medical/Ancillary provider (GP, Specialist, etc.): Add a Healthcare Professional
- Create a new Clinic: Add a Clinic (Medical Centre)
- Create a new Hospital: Add a Hospital
- Create a new Health Organisation: Add an Organisation
- Create a new Medical Imaging Provider: Add a Radiology Provider
- Create a new Pathology Provider: Add a Pathology Provider
- Create a new Pharmacy: Add a Pharmacy
- Create a new Health Hashtag: Add a Hashtag
Please note that after submitting a new entry, your page will not be public until it has been reviewed and approved and published by administrators. However, you can continue to make edits to the page with your new entry on it after you submit it and before it has been approved for publication -- just click the edit button on the page after it is created. The text you use for page names will be the end of the URL for that page, so make sure that the text is typeable ASCII (A-Z, a-z, 0-9 and spaces), has no awkward symbols, ideally no accents, and uses the spacing and capitalization that the project uses. The idea is that people should be able to type it easily, regardless of language. Also, the shorter name is best, when multiple are available.
Help: Editing an existing page
To change and update a page on Healthpages.wiki:
- Login to healthpages.wiki : Login Here
- Click "Edit" at the top of the page you'd like to update.
- Click "Save" to save your changes.
- Feel free to Contact us if you need further assistance.
When you update an entry, you edit the latest version of the page, approved or not.
Becoming a content partner
Healthpages.wiki partners with a broad range of health organizations to grow its content, data and service offerings.
If you need further information or assistance feel free to Contact us .