WNSW PHN seeking members for Aboriginal Health Council

The Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) is currently seeking expressions of interest for Aboriginal Health Council (AHC) Members for a two-year term to 30 June 2021.

The AHC is one of five WNSW PHN Advisory Councils which report through to the Board. The Councils assist the organisation set strategic direction, evaluate outcomes of services and support the design of new services to meet the needs of local communities. Involvement in the AHC will assist to develop local strategies to improve primary health care for Aboriginal people in the WNSW PHN region.

Expressions of interest for membership for the AHC are sought from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples with a current knowledge of Aboriginal health, community development organisations and activity in the region, as well as independent members with relevant skills, knowledge and networks to contribute to the AHC.

More information about becoming a member of the AHC is available here.

The AHC Terms of Reference can be found here.

Learn more about WNSW PHN's advisory councils here.