A Message from our Chair and CEO.
Our take on the highlights of 2019-20.
Contacts with our Practice Assist service - website visits, enquiries and support requests, a 64% year on year increase
People accessed one of our primary mental health services, a 25% year on year increase
Views of our COVID-19 Inside My Mind campaign, sharing mental health resources with Western Australians in need.
Programs funded to improve the health and wellbeing of Western Australians
COVID-19 general practice resources produced including GP bulletins, factsheets, webinars and clinical HealthPathways.
general practices partnered with us to better understand patient data to improve health outcomes, a 19% year on year increase
Localised HealthPathways reached, up from 511, another 157 Pathways reviewed, and 315,241 page views of this online clinical support tool for GPs
Practices enrolled in our transformational change program, Comprehensive Primary Care
Services provided to support people with chronic conditions through our integrated service across country WA
My Health Record uploads of Shared Health Summaries and Dispense Records in June 2020, a 370% increase on June 2019
Visits to our online engagement platform, Primary Health Exchange, a 42% year on year increase
Services delivered to 4,042 Aboriginal people with complex chronic conditions through our Integrated Team Care program
Read about this year’s achievements and the great work being done with our key partners and the community to deliver better health, together.
Improving the health of Aboriginal Western Australians is a critical concern.
Increasing access for older Western Australians to primary healthcare.
Providing services that respond to people as a whole.
Enabling coordinated and integrated care, and empowering consumers.
Building capacity and capability within the primary health workforce.
Mental ill health is one the biggest health challenges for Western Australians.
Improving population health contributes to the wellbeing of communities.
Find out how we mobilised our team as the pandemic unfolded to adapt and respond to a rapidly changing environment.
Conversations about alcohol and other drug use can be difficult for health professionals to initiate, particularly with older patients.
In helping to establish two Respiratory Clinics, we realised that for some Aboriginal people, the ability to self-isolate following COVID-19 testing was problematic.
We partnered with WA Country Health Service to provide targeted care and support to vulnerable patients at an increased risk of complications due to COVID-19.
The key to success lies with our people, our most important asset.
Find out how our funding has been allocated over the past year.
Some photographs on this site were taken prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, or are stock images that may not demonstrate social distancing.