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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Koorliny Moort

 

Overview

The Koorliny Moort out-of-hospital health care program aims to improve ambulatory paediatric services for disadvantaged Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Western Australia (WA). The service includes:

Koorliny Moort means 'Walking with Families'. The program is run from Princess Margaret Hospital for Children in Perth, and works in partnership with non-government providers, especially the Aboriginal Medical Services in the metropolitan, the Pilbara and the Kimberley regions of WA to provide services for local and regional families.

Abstract adapted from Department of Health WA

Contacts

Princess Margaret Hospital for Children (PMH)
Roberts Road
Subiaco WA 6008
Ph: (09) 9340 8222

Evaluated publications

Cresp R, Clarke K, McAuley KE, McAullay D, Moylan CA, Peter S, Chaney GMI, Cook A, Edmond KM (2016)

Effectiveness of the Koorliny Moort out-of-hospital health care program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Western Australia.

Medical Journal of Australia; 204(5): 197e1-197e7

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Last updated: 18 July 2016
 
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