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ABOUT US

The Primary Health Network for the Hunter New England & Central Coast (Primary Health Network) is a not-for-profit organisation primarily funded by the Australian Government to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the primary health care system by commissioning services.

We work with health care providers across the Hunter, New England & Central Coast. Through our innovative programs our communities benefit from greater coordination, better systems and improved access to health care.

We strive to give everyone the chance to live their best life & create healthy people & healthy communities.

OUR VALUES

RESPECT

We listen to and value the perspectives of others and use them to inform and strengthen everything we do.

INNOVATION

We invest in new and better ways to improve the health system so people stay well and out of hospital.

ACCOUNTABILITY

We keep our promises and take ownership to get things done We interact constructively.

INTEGRITY

We employ the highest ethical standards demonstrating honesty, transparency, open communication and fairness.

COOPERATION

We work with others towards common goals, encouraging collaboration, support and compassion..

RECOGNITION

We will acknowledge and share individual and team achievements and successes.

2020 - 2021 SNAPSHOT

OUR YEAR IN NUMBERS

$11 million
invested in First Nations health initiatives.
16 thousand
Health professionals attended PHN education related events.
1.5 million +
doses of COVID-19 vaccines delivered by general practice in our region.
376
wellbeing grants distributed to support wellbeing and connection for primary care teams.
884,864
page views on Hunter New England and Central Coast HealthPathways.
$59 million
invested to services that meet the needs of local communities.

We encourage, educate, support and listen to our communities, because we can achieve far more together.

FINANCIAL DATA

$74m

Grant Revenue

$1.3m

Other Revenue

$1.45m

Total Equity

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We respect and honour Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present and future.

We acknowledge the stories, traditions and cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on this land and commit to building a brighter future together.

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