The Turnbull Government is committed to ensuring Australian patients have access to a 21st century health system that provides the right care, in the right place, at the right time.
Protection of Australians and the environment was on the agenda when Assistant Minister for Health Fiona Nash met representatives of the Australian chemical industry at Parliament House.
A statement congratulating Transplant Australia CEO Chris Thomas on being elected President of the World Transplant Games Federation.
The Australian Government will never legalise a drug that destroys brain function, mental wellbeing, general health, employment, relationships, lives and families.
An update on rural, regional and remote healthcare from the Assistant Minister for Health.
Assistant Minister for Health, Fiona Nash is urging parents to talk to their children about the dangers of the drug ice.
Independent evaluation into the results of the Australian Government’s ice advertising has heaped praise on the campaign.
Community safety will be a priority for the new Strategic Consultative Committee for the National Industrial Chemicals Notification and Assessment Scheme (NICNAS).
Early intervention remains the key to reducing the rate of hearing loss in Australians, Assistant Minister for Health Fiona Nash said.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Central Australia will reap the benefits of a funding boost to Western Desert Dialysis, also known as Purple House.
The Australian Government, Northern Territory Government and Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance of NT (AMSANT) have re-committed to a framework agreement aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Central Australia are being further supported to access dialysis services.
The Assistant Minister for Health, Fiona Nash, visited the ICU facilities at the Melbourne hospital, The Alfred, to speak with doctors and patients involved in organ donation and transplantation.
The most technologically advanced and largest blood processing centre in the southern hemisphere was acknowledged by the Assistant Minister for Health, Fiona Nash, as playing a key role in ensuring Australia’s blood supply is safe and secure.
The Prime Minister presented the National Ice Taskforce interim report to COAG, as part of the Australian Government’s commitment to the development of a National Ice Strategy.
Reducing mental illness among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will be the focus of high level talks between government, mental health experts and Indigenous leaders at Parliament House.
Assistant Minister for Health Fiona Nash has urged shoppers to make their views known on country of origin labelling reform via the government’s online survey, which closes Friday, 3 July.
New payments to help rural, regional and remote towns across Australia attract doctors begin on 1 July 2015.
Employers offering leave to employees who are donating organs will receive extra support from the Federal Coalition Government as of July 1.
Residents of rural, regional and remote Western Australia will have better access to eye health care with an Australian Government investment in the Lions Outback Vision Van.