We work in partnership with others to strengthen primary health care in Western Australia. Our Member Organisations, each with significant operations in WA and similar interests in ensuring the healthcare system is fit for the future, ensure the WA Primary Health Alliance Board have a sound understanding of our operating environment.
WAPHA’s Member Organisations play an important role in providing our Board with direct insight into the local primary care landscape and current operating environment, sharing priorities, strategies and progress in the delivery of health outcomes. They also share information on topics of mutual interest and work collaboratively with us to develop joint proposals and advocacy statements supporting our vision.
Member organisation for 2022-23 are: Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (WA), Rural Health West, WA Department of Health, Mental Health Commission WA, Western Australian Council of Social Service, Health Consumers’ Council, Western Australian Local Government Association, Community Employers WA and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine.
The Boards understanding and connection with the WA primary health sector is further enabled by targeted and timely engagement with our stakeholders. Current opportunities to inform WAPHAs work in this way are offered through Primary Health Exchange.