Turquoise Coast Primary Health Service Delivery Model 2016-2020 Review

In 2011 WACHS, through SIHI funding, developed the Coastal Wheatbelt and Moora Service Plan 2012-2022, which was endorsed in 2013. Between 2011 and 2015 progress had been achieved in implementing some of the reform strategies and service quality improvements outlined in the Service Plan.

In 2015, WACHS initiated the Coastal Wheatbelt Primary Health Service Delivery Model project to review progress and relevance of the Coastal Wheatbelt & Moora Service Plan 2012-2022 to meet current and future service requirements. This project identified 11 service improvement strategies and a proposed Coastal Wheatbelt Community Based Service Delivery Model.

In 2016 WACHS expanded the scope of the service delivery model to encompass the Dongara Catchment Area, forming the WACHS Turquoise Coast Primary Health Service Delivery Model 2016-2020.

The Turquoise Coast is comprised of the Wheatbelt Local Government Areas of Dandaragan, Gingin and Chittering, and Midwest Local Governments of Dongara, Eneabba and Mingenew

WAPHA and WACHS are now reviewing the recommended key service improvement strategies for the Turquoise Coast to determine progress and relevance.

We invite you to provide feedback on the service improvement strategies by participating in the survey at the below link.

By completing the short survey, we can gain a better understanding of what the current and future primary health care priorities are for the Coastal Wheatbelt District.

We greatly appreciate your feedback and encourage you to discuss this with your colleagues.


In 2011 WACHS, through SIHI funding, developed the Coastal Wheatbelt and Moora Service Plan 2012-2022, which was endorsed in 2013. Between 2011 and 2015 progress had been achieved in implementing some of the reform strategies and service quality improvements outlined in the Service Plan.

In 2015, WACHS initiated the Coastal Wheatbelt Primary Health Service Delivery Model project to review progress and relevance of the Coastal Wheatbelt & Moora Service Plan 2012-2022 to meet current and future service requirements. This project identified 11 service improvement strategies and a proposed Coastal Wheatbelt Community Based Service Delivery Model.

In 2016 WACHS expanded the scope of the service delivery model to encompass the Dongara Catchment Area, forming the WACHS Turquoise Coast Primary Health Service Delivery Model 2016-2020.

The Turquoise Coast is comprised of the Wheatbelt Local Government Areas of Dandaragan, Gingin and Chittering, and Midwest Local Governments of Dongara, Eneabba and Mingenew

WAPHA and WACHS are now reviewing the recommended key service improvement strategies for the Turquoise Coast to determine progress and relevance.

We invite you to provide feedback on the service improvement strategies by participating in the survey at the below link.

By completing the short survey, we can gain a better understanding of what the current and future primary health care priorities are for the Coastal Wheatbelt District.

We greatly appreciate your feedback and encourage you to discuss this with your colleagues.