Quality Chronic Disease Care Close to Home for Western NSW Indigenous People

The Integrated Team Care (ITC) Program, currently delivered through Marrabinya, is changing to bring you a higher quality of care, closer to you, so you can access the right care, at the right place, at the right time for you.

You asked for improvements, now we'll deliver

Region-wide consultations asked for the ITC Program to change, and the transition into improved service has already begun.

Easier access to care, as you need it

The revised ITC Program will now:

  • Include care coordination services to assist you in accessing the care you need, including specialist services.
  • Be delivered locally through your AMS or ACCHO, making sure this vital program has the flexibility to be able to meet the needs of you and your local community.

No disruption to your care needs

The existing service will continue until the end of December, 2022.

The revised ITC Program will come into full effect for you on January 1, 2023, and the transition of services is happening now, making sure that you are not disadvantaged at any time.

Talk to your AMS or service provider for peace of mind regarding your Integrated Team Care

The ITC Program has been made possible through funding provided by the Australian Government under the PHN Program.

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, and we are committed to improving the health outcomes for all indigenous residents through enhanced delivery and access.

Download the ITC Program Public info and FAQ Document here

Download the September 12 Program Update here

Australian Government ITC Program Implementation Guidelines