Providing accessible and free services to First Nations people is an important step in closing the gap. We work in partnership with First Nations people, communities, and organisations to design, create and deliver services that focus on the physical, social, emotional, cultural, and spiritual wellbeing, for both the individual and the community.
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Bathurst Indigenous Eyecare Pathway
Our eyesight naturally deteriorates over time, but First Nations people over the age of 40 years have six times the rates of blindness than other Australians. However, 90% of vision loss in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples is preventable, or treatable!
We often take our hearing for granted, but it impacts every part of your life. Diagnosing ear and hearing concerns early on can often mean better chances of recovery.
Indigenous Chronic Disease Clinic
Living with a chronic condition requires a range of treatments to support you to live the life you want to live. The Bathurst Indigenous Chronic Disease Clinic (ICD) allows you to access the support you need, all under the one roof.
Integrated Team Care
Integrated Team Care understand what services you need to manage your chronic health conditions.
Outreach chronic disease services
The Medical Outreach Indigenous Chronic Disease program (MOICDP) supports medical specialists and allied health providers to deliver health and wellbeing services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in regional areas.
Page last updated: 20 November 2023