Who we are
WA Primary Health Alliance builds and strengthens primary health care in Western Australia, so people can access the services they need closer to home.
Together with our service delivery partners, we are helping to reduce the pressure on hospitals and specialists.
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.
Increasing access to primary care and social connection for older Western Australians.
Culturally appropriate programs and services for our local Aboriginal communities.
Improving care coordination for people with complex chronic disease.
Alcohol & Other Drugs
Increasing access to evidence-based treatment and supports, especially for those at risk of poor health outcomes.
Reaching people of all ages to promote early intervention to reduce the impact of mental illness.
EOIs open for WAPHAs Project ECHO Steering Committee
We are calling for expressions of interest from GPs and other health professionals to guide the development and implementation ofRead More
GP EOIs sought for the Patient Assisted Travel Scheme escort eligibility expansion
The Patient Assisted Travel Scheme (PATS) provides a subsidy to assist with travel and accommodation costs associated with needing toRead More
Department of Health WA Adult Urology Referral Access Criteria is coming soon
On 1 November 2021 the Adult Urology Referral Access Criteria (RAC) will be implemented and apply to all public adultRead More