Primary Health Network (PHN) for country South Australia.
Established by the Federal Government Primary Health Networks (PHNs) operate Australia wide. Country SA PHN is the Primary Health Network covering the country regions of South Australia.
The key goals of the Primary Health Networks are to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of health services for people, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes, and to improve the coordination of health services, and increasing access and quality support for people.
A core set of priorities has been set at a national level by the Government, priorities include:
These indicators reflect government priorities:
Better health and wellbeing for all country South Australians
Bridge the gap of health inequity
Our mission is to bridge the gap of health inequity and access in rural South Australia by building a collaborative and responsive country SA health care system. We are committed to improving people's experience of the health system. We will;
Country SA PHN covers all of South Australia, apart from the Adelaide metropolitan area. This means Country SA PHN covers 99.8% of the State geographically and approximately 30% of SA’s total population. The Country SA PHN boundaries include the six Regional Local Health Networks (LHNs).
Find our popular publications below.
Closing the gap in health inequity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
View the latest and previous Annual Report from Country SA PHN.
View the detailed listing of the country SA region
Country SA PHN is required to develop work plans for each financial year and submit these for approval to the Department of Health.
Our strategic plan is focused on providing better value, better care, better health care outcomes.