Life is a journey.
Through life-changing events
and throughout life’s changes.
RDNS is by your side.

Services we Provide – we're with you every step of the way


Find out how you can access home care, whether you’re in need yourself, or if you know someone who is.

More about individual
healthcare services

Health professionals

If you’re working with a patient who needs our help, we’ve got referral forms and program guidelines for you.

More about services
for professionals


If you’ve got healthy staff, you’ve got a happy, productive workforce. See what we can do for workplace health.

More about
corporate healthcare

Other languages

It’s vital that people understand their healthcare situation, so we have talking books and translated information in different languages.

Translated information
and talking books

RDNS Campaigns – Promoting community healthcare, from information to advocacy.

Home Care Packages

Find out more about Home Care Packages at RDNS

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RDNS fleet

RDNS is thrilled to continue its long term involvement with RACV, through an innovative trial of electric vehicles (EVs) as part of the RDNS fleet.

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Better Wound Practice

The Better wound practice for people living with or at risk of wounds in the community project has commenced. Read more about the project.

More Information

Make a donation

Your donations help RDNS fund the much needed nurses, health programs and equipment making a difference in people's lives every day.

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RDNS news and events

  • 16 Apr 2015
    Asia awards: RDNS wins Best Home Care Operator

    RDNS (Royal District Nursing Service) has won the Best Home Care Operator category in the Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2015 in Singapore. The award was made at the 6th Ageing Asia...

  • 09 Apr 2015
    Call to debate quality of life versus risk in dementia care

    One of Australia’s foremost dementia authorities has called for a “national conversation” among aged care and health providers about how to balance risk management with the rights of people living...

  • 03 Feb 2015
    Let's talk diabetes... in Vietnamese!

    Members of the Vietnamese community living with diabetes have a special new online tool to help them better understand and manage their condition.

    Nursing and healthcare provider RDNS (Royal District Nursing Service) has released a ‘talking book’ to help educate Vietnamese people about the condition in general and to assist them to deal with their condition in a more informed way...

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