Year in Review <br>2022-23
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Year in Review

Health equity is at the heart of everything we do. Read our Year in Review

We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners and Elders of this country and recognise the significant importance of their cultural heritage, values and beliefs.

As the operator of WA’s three Primary Health Networks, we work with GPs, service providers and the community to improve health equity.


Tools, resources, and education to support health professionals play a more central role in helping people manage their weight, health and wellbeing.


We are responsible for planning, guiding, and directing investment towards important primary care services.

Upcoming events 

View our calendar of events to find upcoming education and training sessions for health professionals across Western Australia.

We facilitate a range of formal and informal ways through which our stakeholders, including health professionals and service providers, community, consumer, family and carer voices, can inform and shape our work.

Our funded services

WA Primary Health Alliance commissions a range of community-based treatment and support services, delivered across Western Australia.

Aged Care

Increasing access to primary care and social connection for older Western Australians.

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Aboriginal Health

Culturally appropriate programs and services for our local Aboriginal communities.

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Chronic Conditions

Improving care coordination for people with complex chronic disease.

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Alcohol & Other Drugs

Increasing access to evidence-based treatment and supports, especially for those at risk of poor health outcomes.

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Mental Health

Reaching people of all ages to promote early intervention to reduce the impact of mental illness.

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Latest News

Integration and collaboration key to a connected healthcare system in the Great Southern region

Over the past 12 months Amity Health undertook a consultation and mapping exercise with primary care services within Mount Barker

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Year in review 2022-2023

As the dust began to settle on COVID-19, we continued to focus on our strategic priorities and vision of a

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Early differences in social and communication skills – when to act

Professor Andrew Whitehouse, The Angela Wright Bennett Professor of Autism Research at Telethon Kids Institute and The University of Western

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