Explore Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services in the South West

Working in Aboriginal Medical 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 South West region.

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South West Aboriginal Medical Service (SWAMS)
South West Aboriginal Medical Service (SWAMS) is a Noongar Community Controlled Health Organisation that supports Aboriginal health across the South West region through tailored programs and services that reflect self-determination and advance the overall health status of Aboriginal people in the region.

Its services include preventative health screenings, dietician/nutritional services, immunisations and counselling. In addition, SWAMs provides a range of programs including antenatal and postnatal, child health, playgroup, chronic disease management, sexual and reproductive health and mental health.

For more information, visit the SWAMS website. 

Down South Aboriginal Health (DSAH)
Down South Aboriginal Health (DSAH) is a not-for-profit, community organisation providing a range of support and health-related services to the Aboriginal communities of Manjimup, Collie, Harvey and Bunbury.

Its services include care coordination, transport to local medical and allied health appointments and outreach services. 

For more information, visit the DSAH website.