Primary Health Networks

Australia’s 31 Primary Health Networks (PHNs) are independent organisations working to streamline health services – particularly for those at risk of poor health outcomes – and to better coordinate care so people receive the right care, in the right place, at the right time.

What PHNs are

Read about what PHNs are and how their work helps improve our health system.

What PHNs do

Find out how PHNs tailor health care to the needs of their community. 

How we support PHNs

Learn about key priorities for PHNs and how we support their work.

Your local PHN

Find your local PHN using an interactive map or a list of regions in your state or territory.

Find your PHN

Use our locator map to find the location, boundaries and contact details of Primary Health Networks.

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PHN resources

PHN resources

Primary Health Networks (PHNs) national wall map

This map shows all 31 Primary Health Networks in Australia. It prints in A0 size.

Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Primary Health Network (PHN) map – topographic

This map shows the geographical area of the Australian Capital Territory Primary Health Network.

Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Primary Health Network (PHN) map – Modified Monash Model (MMM) remoteness area

This map shows the Modified Monash Model remoteness area classifications of the Australian Capital Territory Primary Health Network.

Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Primary Health Network (PHN) map – socioeconomic disadvantage

This map shows the most socioeconomically disadvantaged areas within the Australian Capital Territory Primary Health Network.
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