Read the latest media releases, speeches and transcripts from the ministers of the Health portfolio.
The Liberal National Government has announced the recipients of $20 million worth of grants to boost in need drug and alcohol treatment services across South Australia.
The Australian Government will provide $1.2 million to help hundreds of young Aboriginal people in Victoria to lead healthier lives, with a focus on nutrition, fitness, wellbeing and mental health.
The Australian Government is providing $50 million for nationally co-ordinated medical research to improve the recovery of patients with a traumatic brain injury.
The successful Outside the Locker Room sport, school and community support program will undergo a major expansion across Western Australia, thanks to a $1.75 million funding commitment from the Liberal National Government.
The Australian Government is pleased to announce that ministerial board appointments in the health portfolio have reached more than 50 per cent female for the very first time as Professor Dorothy Keefe is appointed the new CEO of Cancer Australia.
The Australian Government will support clinical trials to test the effectiveness of a world-first malaria vaccine in an attempt to globally eradicate the deadly disease.
The Morrison Government will provide a $505,000 capital grant for a new medical centre in Katanning to provide quality health care to people in the Great Southern.
Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's doorstop in Adelaide regarding health portfolio boards more than 50 per cent female, the new CEO of Cancer Australia, International Women’s Day, COAG and Indigenous health.
The Australian Government has announced key measures to support the delivery of medicines and important patient services through community pharmacy including guaranteed remuneration for dispensing of PBS medicines.
The Liberal National Government will invest $4 million to improve vital health care and youth mental health services for Bellarine communities.
The Liberal National Government is boosting support for people affected by domestic violence with an additional $9.6 million investment to train 5,000 GPs across Australia to respond better to family violence and the expansion a successful program where health care professionals are trained to recognise and refer domestic violence.
The Australian Government will provide $1.5 million over the next 12 months for Goldfields Rehabilitation Services Inc. (GRSI) to fund its drug rehabilitation program and medical detoxification facility.
The Liberal National Government will expand the availability of a lifesaving procedure that treats an irregular heartbeat with more than 18,500 Australian patients expected to benefit.
The Liberal National Government will launch a national strategy to tackle excessive out-of-pocket costs charged by medical specialists including by developing a website to provide Australians with transparency and an education campaign to inform patient about the costs of specialist services.
Free access to glucose monitoring devices will save pregnant women, children and more adults living with type 1 diabetes up to $7,000 a year from 1 March 2019.
As an emergency response, the Australian Government is providing greater access to GP services for Australians living in flood-affected communities throughout Queensland.
Kids sick with cancer or needing emergency care are set to benefit from Australia’s first Comprehensive Children’s Cancer Centre and a rebuild of the Children’s Hospital at Randwick.
Transcript of Minister for Health, Greg Hunt's interview on ABC Adelaide with David Bevan and Ali Clarke regarding New Emergency Department for Mount Barker Hospital; New SA Statewide brain and spinal rehab unit - REPAT; Ambulance ramping.
Gympie’s much loved Little Haven Palliative Care has secured funding from the Liberal Nationals Government, enabling it to continue to extend its highly regarded service in the community.
The Liberal National Government will invest $8.6 million to build a new emergency department at Mount Barker Hospital in South Australia, improving important health services for people throughout the Adelaide Hills region.
The Liberal National Government will provide $160 million for a national research initiative to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.