A Message from our Chair and CEO.
Our staff sum up the year in a minute or two!
General practices enrolled in our transformational change program
Programs funded to improve the health and wellbeing of Western Australians
People accessed one of our primary mental health services, a 67% year on year increase
People with chronic conditions supported by our integrated service across country WA, up from 6,800 last year
Health professionals and support staff attended one of our education events
30% more general practices partnered with us to better understand patient data to improve health outcomes
Localised HealthPathways reached, up from 411, 105 Pathways reviewed, and 25,000 users of this online tool for GPs
Contacts with our Practice Assist service - website visits, enquiries and support requests, a 58% year on year increase
Visits to our online engagement platform, Primary Health Exchange, an 159% year on year increase
General practices and pharmacies across WA provided My Health Record information and offers of training
headspace services funded, including a new centre in Mandurah
Views of our Inside My Mind depression awareness campaign
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.
We are committed to increasing access for older Western Australians to primary healthcare.
Our focus is on providing services that respond to people as a whole.
Digital health helps to identify priorities, link services, and fund care.
We build the capacity and capability of the primary health workforce to help more people access the care they need.
Mental ill health is one the biggest health challenges for Western Australians.
Improving population health contributes to the wellbeing of communities across our State.
Our ability to bring the right parties to the table delivered a level playing field for general practices involved in the urgent care pilot
Empowering a community to live and die well in the place of their choice, is easier when local government is on board
An Australian first digital dashboard is making patient referrals more effective
The key to success lies with our people, our most important asset.
Find out how our funding has been allocated over the past year.