Aboriginal health services

Photo by Ben Searcy of a billabong in front of Baxter Hill near Port Augusta

SA Health is committed to improving the health outcomes of Aboriginal people in South Australia.

Aboriginal people experience poorer health and greater exposure to risk factors than other South Australians.

SA Health is working to address this inequality by ensuring SA Health services are responsive to the needs of Aboriginal people. Our health services work together with local communities and offer a range of services such as:

  • health screening tests
  • chronic disease management
  • illness prevention
  • counselling
  • healthy lifestyle advice
  • adult and child health checks
  • health care plans
  • referrals.

SA Health has a range of Aboriginal-specific services across the State as well as community health services, such as GP Plus centres. There are also Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services across regional South Australia and in Adelaide.

Find a health or community service

To find an Aboriginal health, community service, general practice, hospital, or any other health service, please visit the National Health Services Directory and search for your location and category.

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