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Central Australian Aboriginal Congress regional eye health program

 

Overview

The Central Australian Aboriginal Congress regional eye health program aims to enhance the eye health of Indigenous people in Central Australia by consolidating eye health service delivery in the region.

A Regional Eye Health Coordinator (REHC) is employed through the program and is responsible for coordinating visits provided by the Brien Holden Vision Institute through the Visiting optometry scheme. The REHC supports the visiting optometrist to travel to 27 remote locations throughout the Northern Territory (NT), ensuring that the visiting service is utilised to its full potential. The REHC is the key point of contact for clinics and community members in each location.

Abstract adapted from the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress

Contacts

Central Australian Aboriginal Congress
Regional Health Services Division
32 Priest Street
PO Box 1604
Alice Springs NT 0871
Ph: (08) 8958 4881

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Last updated: 24 March 2014
 
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