What We Do
Our Primary Health Network works with health care providers across the Hunter, New England and Central Coast to deliver a range of primary health care services that meet identified needs and close service gaps for people living in our region.
We analyse and integrate information and data to support health planning and health service delivery in our region.
Our aims are to:
- Identify & address health needs in our communities
- Support and develop improved health care delivery in the primary care sector
- Develop and implement improved care pathways and models of care
- Commission health services to communities to close service gaps - we are not a service provider
Learn more about how we commission services.
Health Service Providers
Health service providers wishing to participate in the commissioning of services need to register as a supplier on tenderlink.com/hneccphn.
Once registered you will be notified of all future Expressions of Interest, Quotations, Tenders conducted by us.
Commissioning of Health Services to Aboriginal Communities
We have developed a set of Guiding Principles for the commissioning of health services to Aboriginal communities.
Programs & Resources
Our Primary Health Network funds a range of primary health care providers to deliver programs and services to meet local health care needs and close service gaps across our region:
Our Health planning team analyses existing health service delivery arrangements and changing patterns of need, to make the most effective use of available and future resources.
Our PHN analyses data to determine the health needs of communities within our region and uses funding from the Commonwealth Government to commission primary health care services to meet those needs.
How we consult with clinicians and the community to build healthier communities.
We support general practices and health professionals to provide high quality, evidence-informed care, and to maximise their practice's efficiency and sustainability.