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Health in my region
Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) is working to make health better for all people in North Queensland. We have a focus on improving health for populations that are most at risk, such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and older Australians. We are actively engaging people in communities through our Community Advisory Groups and we also welcome feedback on health services and issues.
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Services in My Region
We are focused on increasing access to allied health services and allied health preventative activities for rural and remote communities, in particular, small or difficult to engage communities.
November 28, 2016
Michelle and Richard are nurses in a busy general practice, South Side Medical, in Mackay….
November 13, 2016
Kate Gunn, CEO of Balance! Healthcare, is a strong believer of digital health. When she…
November 2, 2016
A United Nations expert will help deliver disaster readiness workshops for the first time ever…
September 30, 2016
Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) is inviting local individuals and organisations to apply for…
September 16, 2016
Northern Queensland PHN is proud to announce we have now migrated over to the e-procurement…
September 12, 2016
The Thursday Island Community Colour Fun Run event was held on Saturday, with almost 400…