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Primary Care Quality and Innovation Awards - Sponsorship Opportunities Available

The PHN Primary Care Quality and Innovation Awards returns for its third year promising to be bigger and better than ever.

After a very successful 2022 Awards event, the PHN look forward to the opportunity to celebrate our primary health care providers and recognise their accomplishments in 2023.

The PHN welcomed sponsors to our event for the first time in 2022, and we are excited for the opportunity to continue to build long lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with our sponsors and to seek new connections.

We welcome your organisation to help shine a light on the important work our primary health sector does and how it supports our community.

Our sponsor packages have been designed to provide the highest level of exposure and acknowledgement to not only attendees at the Awards but to our over 4,000 engaged stakeholders across the Central Coast, Hunter and New England regions.


As a sponsor we look forward to helping you draw on our primary health care sector audience, by:

✓Connecting you with our community

✓Supporting a long-term partnership with PHN and its network

✓Providing insights into our audience to help your brand

✓Growing your business and achieving your strategic goals

✓Supporting quality and innovation in the primary health care sector

We have created five categories of sponsorship to best suit your organisation, including, major sponsor, gold, silver, bronze and ‘Dedication to Service’.

Download the full sponsorship prospectus here.

Interested organisations should contact the PHN at the earliest convenience to ensure maximum exposure in the lead up to the 2023 Primary Care Quality and Innovation Awards.

Please direct any queries to Grants Manager Melissa Collins via email to or via phone on 0417 116 208

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