My Region - Pilbara

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Map of Western Australia showing location of Pilbara region in a pop out circle.

Part of the responsibility of Primary Health Networks is to identify and respond to the health needs of our community. We want to hear from you about the health issues and the availability of health services in the areas you live.

The stories, pictures and survey responses from these pages will be used to inform the planning of primary health care in your region.

My Community Directory is an online directory of health and community services. Download the Pilbara directory by clicking the image below:


Part of the responsibility of Primary Health Networks is to identify and respond to the health needs of our community. We want to hear from you about the health issues and the availability of health services in the areas you live.

The stories, pictures and survey responses from these pages will be used to inform the planning of primary health care in your region.

My Community Directory is an online directory of health and community services. Download the Pilbara directory by clicking the image below:


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What is happening in the Pilbara region to help everyone get the health care they need? Tell your stories and celebrate the amazing work that is happening in our communities. 

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    Your health matters - see your GP

    4 months ago

    Regular healthcare needs don’t stop during a pandemic. But some general practices in Western Australia are reporting a drop in patient numbers, believed to be related to COVID-19 fears.


    The See Your GP campaign reminds consumers of the importance of regular medical appointments and reassure them of the availability of safe, essential health care.

    It emphasises that it’s more important than ever for Western Australians to stay healthy and get the treatment, prescriptions and screening they need.

    General practice is open and safe to visit in person, and while some things might look a little different on arrival, these are... Continue reading

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    Better health, together: WA Healthy Weight Action Plan

    8 months ago

    In this month’s Better Health, Together video, WA Primary Health Alliance CEO, Learne Durrington sits down with Pip Brennan, Executive Director of the Health Consumers’ Council and the Hon Roger Cook MLA, Deputy Premier, Minister for Health and Mental Health to talk about our partnership in developing the WA Healthy Weight Action Plan 2019-2024.

    Read the WA Healthy Weight Action Plan.

    The Action Plan, currently in implementation, provides detail on the sustainable changes planned to support people and families who are at-risk of overweight (those at the high end of the healthy weight body mass index range) and those... Continue reading

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    Multi-agency collaboration means No Wrong Door for Pilbara community

    9 months ago

    No matter where you go, you will end up where you’re supposed to.

    This is the commitment from like-minded agencies across the Pilbara to make it easier for people to get what they need from mental health and alcohol and other drug services in the region, when they need it.

    It follows the ‘No Wrong Door’ Pilbara Regional Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drug Workshop held in Karratha last year, co-ordinated and co-hosted by WA Primary Health Alliance and Mission Australia.

    The workshop sought feedback from agencies working in the sector on the state of the system, particularly on... Continue reading

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    WA Primary Health Alliance has officially been approved for Rainbow Tick accreditation

    9 months ago

    We are proud of this achievement as it represents the value we place on supporting, respecting and celebrating the individual differences of our staff and the broader WA community.

    Our accreditation journey commenced in 2018, where we began working towards meeting six national standards of LGBTI inclusive practices.

    These include:

    • Organisational capability
    • Workforce development
    • Consumer participation
    • A welcoming and accessible organisation
    • Disclosure and documentation, and
    • Culturally safe and acceptable services

    WA Primary Health Alliance General Manager Chris Kane said given our vision of equitable health outcomes across WA, WA Primary Health Alliance has an important leadership role to advocate for... Continue reading

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    Better health, together: Chronic Heart Failure

    9 months ago

    In this month’s Better Health, Together video, WA Primary Health Alliance CEO, Learne Durrington sits down with Dr Norman Swan from the ABC Health Report to talk about our increasing focus on improving care for people living with chronic heart failure.

    We will be exploring opportunities for collaborative action on chronic heart failure, which is most commonly due to underlying coronary heart disease and prior myocardial infarction, hypertension and diabetes.

    This recognises:

    • the significant burden of disease chronic heart failure represents in the Western Australian community, which is even more significant in country areas and among the Aboriginal community.
    • The... Continue reading

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    Better health, together: LiveLighter

    9 months ago

    In this month’s Better health, together video, WA Primary Health Alliance CEO, Learne Durrington had the opportunity to chat to Cancer Council WA CEO, Ashley Reid about our partnership in the 13 Cancers LiveLighter campaign.

    WA Primary Health Alliance has been named as the primary care partner in Cancer Council WA’s 13 Cancers LiveLighter public awarness campaign.

    The campaign focusses on the contribution of sugary drinks to dangerous toxic fat around the organs which can trigger 13 types of cancer.

    As the primary care partner, WA Primary Health Alliance has committed to ensure GPs are trained and equipped in talking... Continue reading

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    November Respiratory Training Month in the Goldfields

    11 months ago

    WA Primary Health Alliance were delighted to deliver in partnership with the National Asthma Council Australia (NAC) Spirometry training in Kalgoorlie and Primary Care Asthma Update in Esperance during the month of November. The NAC is the national authority and peak body for asthma.

    Australian is a world leader in asthma prevention, management and research. The National Asthma Council Australia led the development of the National Asthma Strategy 2018. The role of the strategy is to reduce the health, social and economic impacts with a targeted and comprehensive approach to optimise asthma diagnosis and management.

    Sarah Brown, WA Primary Health... Continue reading

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    Better Health, Together: Compassionate Communities

    about 1 year ago

    In this month’s Better health, together video, WA Primary Health Alliance CEO, Learne Durrington chats to City of Albany Mayor, Dennis Wellington about our partnership in delivering the Compassionate Communities project.

    The project, which targets communities in the Great Southern, is a whole of community approach to increasing awareness of end of life, and empowering people to live and die well, at home where possible. Read more


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    Better health, together: Aboriginal Health

    about 1 year ago

    In this month’s Better Health, Together video, our CEO, Learne Durrington chats to Professor Rhonda Marriott, Pro Vice Chancellor for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership and Director of the Ngangk Yira Research Centre at Murdoch University, to discuss key issues in Aboriginal health and how we can all do more to improve Aboriginal health and wellness.

    WA Primary Health Alliance works to improve health equity by increasing access to primary healthcare and planning, guiding and directing investment towards important services.

    Five of the ways we are working with partners to deliver better health for Aboriginal people across the state... Continue reading

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    Better health, together: Digital Health

    about 1 year ago

    WA Primary Health Alliance CEO, Learne Durrington chats to Australian Digital Health CEO Tim Kelsey; responsible for all national digital health services and systems, with a focus on engagement, innovation and clinical quality and safety.

    WA Primary Health Alliance is responsible for planning, guiding and directing investment towards important primary care services across WA. As the operator of the State’s three Primary Health Networks (PHNs), which form part of the national Australian Government PHN initiative, we work closely with GPs, service providers, government and its agencies, and communities.

    Five of the ways we are working with partners to deliver better... Continue reading

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