WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) celebrates, respects and values the inherent worth of every individual, and is committed to creating a safe and inclusive culture for all our staff and stakeholders.
WAPHA is inclusive of all cultural and linguistic groups, including, but not limited to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities, age-diverse, and people of diverse sexualities and gender identities.
WAPHA values and celebrates diversity within our community and we aim to ensure our workforce and commissioning activities reflect this.
The participation from diverse groups enhances the development and implementation of our policies and commissioning approaches that will provide Western Australians with access to high quality care that address identified needs and improves their health outcomes.
To support Board members, staff and committee members in recognising and celebrating diversity, WAPHA has:
- Developed a Reconciliation Action Plan; and
- Established an LGBTI action group, which is responsible for cultural leadership and quality improvement across the organisation.
WAPHA is proud to be a member of Diversity Council Australia, the independent not-for-profit peak body leading diversity & inclusion in the workplace.