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Australian Medicare Local Alliance (AML Alliance)



Australian Medicare Local Alliance (AML Alliance) is a national, government funded, non-profit company. It was established in 2012 to spearhead an organised system for primary health care across the country, through a network of independent companies called Medicare Locals (MLs). These regional primary health care organisations play a key role in planning and coordinating primary health care services for their respective populations. AML Alliance has an interest and role in Australia's primary health care policy settings and systems. It works with a variety of stakeholders including the general practice, health, aged and social care sectors, to advance primary health care and promote improvement and excellence in the MLs sector, through evidence-based and innovative quality practice. Led by a skills-based board, AML Alliance works with 62 MLs to:

AML Alliance's core roles are to act as a lead change agent for MLs and to support MLs performance.

Abstract adapted from Australian Medicare Local Alliance


Australian Medicare Local Alliance
Ground Floor
Minter Ellison Building
25 National Circuit
Forrest ACT 2603
PO Box 4308
Manuka ACT 2603
Ph: (02) 6228 0800
Fax: (02) 6228 0899


Last updated: 30 June 2014
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