The voices of all our stakeholders – communities, consumers, families, carers, health professionals and service providers, are critical to shaping our work to address inequity, identify gaps and invest in local care.
Cultural Competency and Capability Frameworks
We’re working with communities, primary health care providers and partners across the health system in WA to ensure everyone has access to culturally competent and safe services.
Painted Dog Stakeholder Research 2023
Painted Dog interviewed our commissioned service providers to get feedback on their experiences working with WAPHA, including benefits, frustration and challenges. WAPHA is committed to actioning the recommendations.
Better Health, Together Videos
Keep up to date with changes, themes and health trends across WA. Knowledge shared by those using and delivering primary care means we can better identify gaps and tackle inequity.
Performance Management Framework
We’re committed to continuously improving primary health care practice including a more structured and data driven approach across the primary health care system.
WA Primary Health Alliance shapes, strengthens and sustains a health system that works for people. Read more about our community projects and stories.
See how we are engaging with our stakeholders to inform our work and deliver better health, together.
- 22 Nov 2021 – WA GP Advisory Panel Communique
- 9 March 2022 – WA GP Advisory Panel Meeting Communique
- 25 May 2022 – WA GP Advisory Panel Meeting Communique
- 24 Aug 20 Sep 2022 – WA GP Advisory Panel Meeting Communique
- 23 Nov 2022 – WA GP Advisory Panel Meeting Communique
- 28 March 2023 – WA GP Advisory Panel Communique
Stakeholder engagement is everyone’s business at WA Primary Health Alliance.
Developed with input from key staff and stakeholders, the new Stakeholder Engagement Framework demonstrates WA Primary Health Alliance’s ongoing commitment to delivering better health, together through authentic partnerships.
The Framework sets the standard and expectations for stakeholder engagement across the organisation and provides clear and consistent advice to guide respectful, meaningful and effective relationships with our diverse stakeholders to achieve our strategic priorities as well as see our vision of shaping, strengthening and sustaining a health system that works for people realised.
WA Primary Health Alliance directly engages stakeholders in structured engagement such as reference groups and committees. Stakeholders engaged in this way can download the paid participation forms and guide below, or contact the stakeholder engagement team for a printed copy.
We encourage the use of Patient Opinion as an online platform to share your stories and experience – both the good and not so good – to inform and bring about change in WA healthcare services.
Health Consumers’ Council WA is an independent voice advocating for patients in Western Australia. Information about their advocacy services and other initiatives is available on their website or phone 1800 620 780 (for country callers) or (08) 9221 3422.