The PHN is listening to and engaging with our communities around their health needs and the available support services.
Join with us to deliver innovative, locally relevant solutions that measurably improve the health outcomes of our communities.
Partnership and Collaboration
Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN believe that a whole of system focus that puts people and communities first is key to achieving innovative, locally relevant solutions that measurably improve the health outcomes of our communities.
We are committed to working with like-minded organisations, service providers and primary care to aim for the best use of health resources, with locally relevant services that are high quality and cost-effective. Collaborating with others will enable and coordinate timely and appropriate health care, so that people can stay well in their communities.
From joint research projects to shared initiatives, our partnerships and collaborations allow us to leverage the expertise and resources of the Hunter New England and Central Coast region and drive positive change.
Current partnerships and collaborations
By joining forces, we can drive meaningful change, increase access to primary health care services, and improve the wellbeing of communities across our region.
The Primary Health Network has formed an Integrated Care partnership to deliver innovative, locally relevant solutions to measurably improve the health of our communities.
he New England Dementia Partnership is a collaboration between HealthWISE New England North West, Hunter New England Local Health District (HNELHD) and the Primary Health Network that dates back to 2003. The aim of the Partnership is to work together to improve the health outcomes for - and quality of life of - people with dementia and their family and carers living in the New England region of NSW.
The CCDA aims to ensure a collaborative and integrated approach to the planning, implementation and evaluation of projects that improve the health, care, and quality of life of people living with dementia, their carers and families, as well as supporting those who provide care and services to them.
The Alliance between the Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECCPHN) and the Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD) was formed in 2017 with the vision of ‘healthy people living healthy lives in a vibrant community’.
It is an agreement by both parties to work together on shared priorities to get the best outcome for the patients of the Central Coast.
The Diabetes Alliance aims to improve health outcomes and the experience of care for patients with Type 2 diabetes (T2DM) within their own general practice.
Please reach out
If you are interested in learning more about our partnerships or exploring potential collaboration opportunities, please feel free to reach out to the designated contact person for each of the above projects to discuss further or get in touch with the PHN directly.