Public Health Regulation 2005 - Part 3 - Perinatal Statistics - Queensland

Service summary

Object or Purpose of this legislative Instrument:

Public Health Regulation 2005 - Part 3 - Perinatal Statistics provides a basic information source for research into obstetric and neonatal care and to assist the planning of Queensland's health services, especially maternity and neonatal services.

Scope of this legislative Instrument:

The Public Health Act 2005 Chapter 6 Part 1 Perinatal Statistics prescribes the submission or furnishing of information on approved forms to ensure that the Department of Health receives data on all births in Queensland from public and private hospitals and from privately practising midwives, obstetricians and other medical officers.

The following Guides or Booklets are available:

  • Perinatal Statistics (one for each year from 1988-2010 Annual Reports)

 

Service type

Regulatory Obligation

An obligation defined in law. A business must comply with relevant services.

Additional information

The Public Health Regulation 2005 is made under the Public Health Act 2005 Chapter 6 Part 1 Perinatal Statistics.

 

Sections of this Regulation may also be obtained from:

Qld Perinatal Data Collection

Statistical Collections and Integration

Health Statistics Unit

Department of Health

GPO Box 48 BRISBANE Q 4001.

Appeal

Appeal process

Lodgement

Compliance Mechanisms and Penalties

Fines are imposed for breaches of the Regulation.


Administering agency

Queensland Health
Health Statistics Unit
Statistical Collections and Integration

Contact details

Principal Data Collection Officer, Perinatal Data Collection
Queensland Health
Health Statistics Unit
Statistical Collections and Integration

Operating address:
Floor 14, 160 Mary Street
Brisbane
Queensland 4000
Mailing address:
GPO Box 48
Brisbane
Queensland 4001

Phone:

07 3234 0744

Fax:

07 3234 0279

Website:

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Supporting information

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