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Welcome to the Adelaide PHN
2022 Annual Report

Explore the highlights of our achievements across the 2021/22 year

Working towards a healthier Adelaide by 2030

Working closely with the wider Adelaide community and benefitting from the experience and knowledge of primary health care providers, Adelaide PHN’s role is to ensure the health system better meets people’s needs.

Marni Naa Pudni “Welcome”

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. We would also like to acknowledge and pay our respects to those Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from other Nations who live, work, travel and contribute on Kaurna Country.

A note on language: the term Aboriginal is used hereafter in this annual report as an all-encompassing term for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and cultures.

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Working together with our team

We are a membership-based organisation focused on improving health outcomes and the experience of primary health care within the Adelaide metropolitan region. 

Our work to support primary care

We work closely with our commissioned service providers to establish programs and support activities to improve primary health care within our region.

Our work in our priority areas

Across the 2021/22 year, Adelaide PHN commissioned a total of 136 contracts worth almost $49 million.

Explore a highlight of our achievements from across our national priority areas below.