WA Primary Health Alliance Strategic Plan 2020 – 2023

WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) has released its Strategic Plan 2020-2023, setting out a bold, ambitious, yet achievable forward-looking vision for WAPHA: Better Health, Together.


Our new Strategic Plan recognises our progress as an organisation since our founding in 2015 and acknowledges our role within WA’s health landscape going forward.


It builds upon our belief that the primary health care system will be stronger if we can foster more collaboration and establishes an ongoing commitment to working with communities, primary health care providers and partners across the health system in WA.

We instinctively know that a more connected and collaborative primary health care system will improve health equity and health outcomes for all Western Australians.


This Plan sets out our priorities for the next three years and a path towards our vision of a more connected primary health care system – a system that minimises barriers to accessing primary health care and ensures those with the greatest health needs are cared for as close to home as possible.


The Plan was developed through consultation and iteration to ensure it is fit for purpose. It was developed by the Executive then tested with managers, our Commissioning for Better Health Partnership Group and the Chairs of our Consumer, Clinical and Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Advisory Committees before being endorsed by our Board in July 2020.


We would love to hear what you think of our strategy - drop a comment below.


WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) has released its Strategic Plan 2020-2023, setting out a bold, ambitious, yet achievable forward-looking vision for WAPHA: Better Health, Together.


Our new Strategic Plan recognises our progress as an organisation since our founding in 2015 and acknowledges our role within WA’s health landscape going forward.


It builds upon our belief that the primary health care system will be stronger if we can foster more collaboration and establishes an ongoing commitment to working with communities, primary health care providers and partners across the health system in WA.

We instinctively know that a more connected and collaborative primary health care system will improve health equity and health outcomes for all Western Australians.


This Plan sets out our priorities for the next three years and a path towards our vision of a more connected primary health care system – a system that minimises barriers to accessing primary health care and ensures those with the greatest health needs are cared for as close to home as possible.


The Plan was developed through consultation and iteration to ensure it is fit for purpose. It was developed by the Executive then tested with managers, our Commissioning for Better Health Partnership Group and the Chairs of our Consumer, Clinical and Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing Advisory Committees before being endorsed by our Board in July 2020.


We would love to hear what you think of our strategy - drop a comment below.