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Mr Justin Mohamed has been re-elected to a three year term as Chair of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO), the national peak body for over 150 Aboriginal community controlled medical services across Australia.
Over two hundred delegates from community controlled Aboriginal health services across urban, regional and remote Australia are attending the NACCHO Annual General Meeting (AGM). It is the largest annual gathering of Aboriginal people involved in community health.
This year's meeting is in Sydney in recognition of the 40th anniversary of the founding of the first Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service in Redfern in 1971. Yesterday mroning, delegates paid tribute to the Aboriginal Medical Service Redfern and the inspiration and support it lent to the community based services that followed it.
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