What we do
WAPHA is a planning and commissioning body that evolved from a unique partnership of like-minded and committed organisations dedicated to building a robust and responsive patient centred primary health and social care system. WAPHA believes outcomes are achieved through innovative and meaningful partnerships at the local and state-wide level.
Our approach to mental health will focus investment on integrated services and collaborative models of care.
The integration between alcohol and other drugs, mental health and primary care is at the core of our approach to commissioning.
Our Primary Health Liaison staff are the first point of contact for general practice.
HealthPathways WA is a free-to-access website for GPs and contains condition specific pathways to assist in assessing, managing and referring patients.
The digital revolution is one of the biggest change agents in the history of health care and will touch every part of the broad range of primary care services in …
Primary health Exchange
Primary Health Exchange is WAPHA’s online consultation hub – an online community engagement website which allows people to have their say on projects and share their thoughts on the planning and design of primary health care in WA.
Primary Health Exchange is designed to support and encourage people to get involved in the planning of local primary health care in WA to ensure we commission the right services in the right place.
Our community engagement framework is a comprehensive and well considered process for the participation of local communities in policy development, planning and service delivery.
We recognise that engagement is an ongoing process and adopt the principles of the engagement cycle, a representational model that highlights who needs to what to engage patients, consumers, the community and stakeholder at each stage of the commissioning cycle.
During September 2018, WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) My Health Record Trainer, Sam McMillan, travelled to different parts of the Pilbara to train Aboriginal champions.
This month, WA Primary Health Alliance CEO, Learne Durrington sits down with Minister for Health, Roger Cook MLA to talk about the impact of obesity on Western Australians and our health system.
Between 6 and 11 October, WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA ) My Health Record trainers, Rose Teuma and Sam McMillan, travelled across the Goldfields region to train local Aboriginal champions in My Health Record. WAPHA had previously engaged four local service providers to identify champions who will visit remote Aboriginal communities to inform them about My Health Record.