ADELAIDE PHN

18 / 19 ANNUAL REPORT

Contents

Our people

Board CEO Summary

Member Spotlight

Our achievements

highlights from our journey

Our stories

that explore our work and impact

Acknowledgement of country

We acknowledge the Kaurna peoples who are the Traditional Custodians of the Adelaide region. We pay tribute to their physical and spiritual connection to land, waters and community, enduring now as it has been throughout time. We pay respect to them, their culture and to Elders past and present.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (and hereafter Aboriginal) - The term Aboriginal is used respectively in this document as an all-encompassing term for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and cultures.

Our people
 that make our work happen

Chair Summary

Nick Vlachoulis

It is with a great deal of pride, sense of satisfaction and a keen focus on continued quality improvement, collaboration and integration that we commence our fifth year of operations as the Adelaide Primary Health Network!

Our Annual Report and dinner provides us with a fantastic opportunity to look back over the year, reflect on the challenges and update our membership and community on our achievements. This includes the outcomes we have achieved together, as we work side by side to improve your experience of the health system – either as a primary health care provider or as a community member. The key milestones that show increased access, increased equity, greater levels of collaboration and integration.

 

Member Spotlight

Melinda Lee
Member on Clinical Council 

Member Spotlight

Tom Symonds Member
Elected Director Board 

 

Our achievements

 highlights from our journey

Whilst there are many ways to describe and quantify the work we accomplish across the year, the following snapshots highlight some of our achievements within each of our priority areas.

Adelaide PHN commissions a running total of 
168 services and programs worth over $38 million.

 

Our stories

that explore our work and impact

Collaboration and engagement stories:

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Get screened and get on with living 

A new collaborative approach to promoting cancer screening in SA

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Working with Aboriginal communities to improve health outcomes 

RAP and CTG 

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Consulting and engaging with our health community

Symposium and round tables 

Integration and person centred care stories:

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Harnessing community experience to deliver better health services 

LETSS and Happy or not

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Lucy’s story – how integration is supporting better health for people from refugee and new arrival backgrounds

ARANAP 

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Working with local providers to deliver more integrated and person-centred care

HCH and HPSA

Exploring the dimensions of integration

Applying the integration lens to our Paediatric Partnerships Program, Mother-Infant DBT Group Project and Living Well with Persistent Pain Program

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