Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) is one of 31 Primary Health Networks established by the Australian Government to support frontline health services. Our focus is to increase the effectiveness of primary health care, ensuring people receive the right care in the right place at the right time. To achieve this, we work closely with general practice, Aboriginal health services, other health care providers and the community.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students interested in entering a first year of Diploma of Health Science – Mental Health at Charles Sturt University are being offered an opportunity to get thousands of dollars of...
Western NSW residents wishing to reduce their dependence on alcohol have a new, discreet way to detox safely from home, with the launch of a new GP-designed and evidence-based telehealth service.
Greater capacity and capabilities for Western NSW Aboriginal Medical Services (AMSs) to improve the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents living with chronic disease will be delivered...
The ACT and NSW Primary Health Networks will play a key role in the distribution of the GP trainee workforce after being awarded a grant through the Australian Government’s Health Workforce Program.
Western NSW children are amongst the most prepared in the country to combat preventable diseases according to the latest national immunisation data.
Improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Western NSW is the number one strategic goal of WNSW PHN.