Explore Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services in the Midwest
Working in Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services presents diverse new challenges in the provision of comprehensive, clinical primary health care services and provides the unique opportunity to make a real impact on the health outcomes throughout regional Indigenous communities.
There are two Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services operating in the Midwest.
Carnarvon Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation
The Carnarvon Medical Service Aboriginal Corporate is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service that provides health and medical services to the Aboriginal people of Carnarvon and surrounding areas.
For more information, visit the CMSAC website.
Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service
The Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (GRAMS) is a community controlled Aboriginal organisation offering affordable and culturally appropriate health services to communities in the Midwest.
GRAMS works collaboratively with service providers to offer a range of comprehensive primary health care programs and promotes healthy lifestyles, social and emotional wellbeing and early intervention.
For more information, visit the GRAMS website.