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For Health Professionals
North Coast Primary Health Network (NCPHN) is one of 31 Primary Health Networks funded by the Australian Government since July 2015.
We work alongside communities and health professionals to ensure access to coordinated and high-quality healthcare.
Our vision is to achieve better health outcomes for North Coast communities through a person-centred health system.
In a person-centred health system each North Coast resident will:
- have an ongoing relationship with a general practice or Aboriginal Medical Service that connects and coordinates their care from community, public and private services – otherwise known as
a Patient Centred Medical Home.
- actively manage their own health and be able to make informed decisions about their healthcare needs.
- be able to get the type of healthcare they need, where and when they need it.