Our health programs

WA Country Health Service has a range of health programs that promote health among the entire spectrum of the regional popluation—male, female, children to aged, indigenous, mental health etc. There are also programs providing financial assistance.

Aboriginal health
Illness and death rates among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are significantly higher than those of the non-indigenous population. The WA Country Health Service works with these communities to ensure they receive culturally-appropriate health care that meets their needs.
Alcohol and pregnancy
This section provides information for health professionals and the general public on fetal alcohol syndrome and related disorders.
Allied health
In Australia, allied health typically includes all health professions other than medicine, dentistry and nursing that require a tertiary degree to practice, and who form part of the public health system. Find out about allied health services in country Western Australia.
Chronic disease
Long-term conditions and disease are placing increasing pressure on individuals, families, carers, the community and the health system. WACHS has introduced a number of initiatives to help people with long-term conditions, and service providers to become more informed about the principles and specific skills to support self-management.
Country Ambulance Strategy
Working towards a better ambulance service for country residents.
Live Organ Donor Travel and Accommodation Reimbursement Scheme
The purpose of the Live Organ Donor Travel and Accommodation Reimbursement scheme is to assist permanent WA Country Health Service residents to participate in the Western Australian live organ donation program.
Maternal, child and youth health
Find out about maternity, child and youth health programs available in country Western Australia.
Mental health
Here you can find information about mental health services in regional Western Australia.
Patient Assisted Travel Scheme (PATS)
Funded by Royalties for Regions, the Patient Assisted Travel Scheme (PATS) provides a subsidy towards the cost of travel and accommodation for eligible residents of WA only who need to travel more than 100 klms to attend medical specialists appointments, or those receiving dialysis or cancer treatment who travel between 70 - 100 kms one way.
Public health
Find out how to access information about public health programs available in country Western Australia.
School health
Find out how to access information about school health programs in country Western Australia.
The WA Country Health Service leads and promotes Telehealth as a key statewide program in Western Australia. Find out more about the program.


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