Healthy for Life: National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child and Maternal Health Exemplar Site Initiative: Site Reports 2005

This report is a synthesis of reports provided by Nganampa Health Council, Townsville Aboriginal and Islanders Health Services and Durri Aboriginal Medical Service under the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child and Maternal Health Exemplar Site Initiative. The report has been compiled by the Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH), in consultation with each of the Exemplar Sites.

Page last updated: 26 April 2005

This report forms part of the background information for the Healthy for Life Program and documents some of the elements of successful child and maternal health service delivery to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Exemplar sites are identified Aboriginal community controlled health services achieving successful outcomes through the delivery of child and maternal health services within their region.

Three sites established under the initiative are:

  • Townsville Aboriginal and Islanders Health Services Mums and Babies Project (June 2002);
  • Nganampa Health Council Child and Maternal Health Program (May 2003); and
  • Durri Aboriginal Medical Service, Djuli Galban Program (May 2004)

Printable PDF version of National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child and Maternal Health Exemplar Site Initiative: Site Reports 2005 (PDF 918 KB)

If you have problems downloading National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child and Maternal Health Exemplar Site Initiative: Site Reports 2005, please email healthyforlife@health.gov.au for a copy to be sent to you, or call 02 6289 5291.

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