We commission equitable, needs-based health programs, initiatives, and services from a wide range of providers, including Aboriginal community-controlled health services, private general practices, private allied health professionals, not-for-profit companies and other organisations.
We're looking for an experienced organisation/s to co-design initiatives to strengthen communities' confidence to engage in and support palliative care. This organisation should be capable of undertaking activities that will be defined through local co-design with an Aboriginal community (or communities).
Activities should broadly aim to improve community awareness of palliative care and support options; comfort and confidence of people with life-limiting conditions, families and carers to have conversations about palliative care and finishing up; engagement in advanced personal planning; and participation of existing social infrastructure (including community groups and non-clinical services) to support people with a life-limiting condition.
This opportunity is open to any local Indigenous-owned organisation, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation and/or consortium in the Northern Territory that has the experience and capacity to deliver this service.
We’re on the hunt for an experienced organisation to provide managed information technology services to the whole of the NT PHN for its information technology network.
We require a managed service provider capable of undertaking the following: regular maintenance and management of the Standard Operating Environment (SOE); strategic consulting services, ICT project management services; licensing compliance throughout the organisation; additional technical services; and ITC Transition Project.
This opportunity is open to any organisation and/or consortium in the NT that has the experience and capacity to deliver this service.
We’re offering regular applications for grants each year.
These grants are for one-off activities or projects that contribute to the improved well-being and health of people living in the NT. We have 2 categories of funding support: small grants valued up to $20,000 and large grants valued up to $100,000. Click here for more information.
Applications are open from 14 April to 5pm 15 May 2022.
We’re on the hunt for a consultant who can help us develop our new Strategic Plan.
This will involve consulting with NT PHN’s Board, CEO, Senior Executive Leadership Team, and other internal and external stakeholders to develop a plan for 2023-2028 that encompasses our vision of better health and wellbeing for all Territorians.
Expressions of interest open from 11-27 April 2022.
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Service: To evaluate activities under the National Suicide Prevention Trial in Darwin and Strengthening Our Spirit model and provide recommendations to guide commissioning of future activities.
Provider: Nous Group
Date accepted: June 2021