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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

South-west WA hosts Indigenous mobile health clinic trial

Date posted: 6 February 2012

A mobile health clinic, which brings medical services to Indigenous people who face transport difficulties, is to be trialled in south-west Western Australia. The clinic, run by the South West Aboriginal Medical Service, will make weekly visits to Brunswick Junction and Collie.

The clinic will have Indigenous health workers on board to provide initial consultations, in order to respond to the needs of those Indigenous people who find it difficult to travel to the central Bunbury Regional Hospital. Chief executive Glen Power says the clinic will focus on providing women's and maternal health services.


South West Aboriginal Medical Service
South West Health Campus
Cnr Robertson Drive and Bussell Highway
Bunbury WA 6230
Ph: (08) 9726 6000
Ph: 1800 779 000 (Toll free)
Fax: (08) 9791 7655


Last updated: 6 February 2012
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