Rural Primary Health Service

Rural Primary Health Service (RPHS) – Community Based

People living in rural and remote Northern Territory communities have decreased access to primary health care services compared to urban communities.

The RPHS supports Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations, non-government organisations and the Northern Territory Department of Health to deliver targeted, comprehensive primary health care specific to the community’s needs. This includes health promotion, prevention and allied health services using evidence based practice. Programs are delivered through a collaborative approach with community groups and health professionals.

The program supports the following organisations:

Program Evaluation

In 2017/18 the RPHS program will undergo a program evaluation. The evaluation will be led by the NT PHN Planning and Performance branch.

Contact

Health Stream Lead – Paul Ryan
e healthstreamprograms@ntphn.org.au