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The Northern and Remote Country Health Service delivers a comprehensive range of safe, high quality health services to the rural, regional, and remote communities of northern Western Australia (WA). The Northern and Remote catchment area covers almost 2,250,000 square km, and contains a population of over 206,637, of which 18.1% identify as Aboriginal.
The Northern and Remote Country Health Service came into effect on 1 July 2012, and includes the current WA Country Health Service regions of Goldfields, Kimberley, Midwest and Pilbara.
Abstract adapted from Northern and Remote Country Health Service
Governing Councils Implementation Team
Department of Health
PO Box 8172
Perth Business Centre WA 6849
Ph: (08) 9222 2273