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Western Aranda Health Aboriginal Corporation (WAHAC)

 

Description

The community of Hermannsburg is located 130 kilometres west of Alice Springs, Northern Territory, and the base for the Western Aranda Health Aboriginal Corporation (WAHAC).

WAHAC was established in 1993 and is the regional, community-controlled health service governed by a Board consisting of nine Aboriginal representatives of Ntaria, Wallace Rock Hole, Areyonga and Tjuwanpa Outstations, some of whom currently work or have worked as Aboriginal Health Workers in the region.

Services provided at WAHAC include:

Abstract adapted from Central Australian Aboriginal Congress

Contacts

Western Aranda Health Aboriginal Corporation (WAHAC)
Ph: (08) 8954 8888

Ntaria Clinic
Ph: (08) 8954 8888

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Last updated: 24 March 2014
 
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