Strategic plan

diargram_strategic_planNggangganawili Aboriginal Health Service has recently released its 2008-2013 Strategic Plan. The Plan sets out our four strategic priorities and identifies what action we will take to achieve the targets we have set. Click here to download the 2008-2013 Strategic Plan strat_plan_final.pdf (2.22MB)

Our planning framework identifies targets to build a stronger organisation, improve service delivery, and improve health outcomes for the community level though comprehensive clinical care and health promotion services and programs.

Against each of the four strategic priorities listed in the above diagram are a set of key result areas designed to help us focus on the performance outcomes we strive to achieve.

STRATEGIC PRIORITIES
 KEY RESULT AREAS
Healthy People
  • Increased health checks and associated care plans
  • Reduced hospital admissions for chronic disease complications
  • Reduced incidence of sexually transmitted diseases
  • Increase in mean birth-weight of Indigenous babies
  • Effective immunisation program for the community
  • Effective management of ear, eye and oral health
  • Effective health promotion and early identification and intervention
  • Increased engagement in active and healthy lifestyles
Healthy Communities
  • Safe and culturally appropriate support for parents  and children
  • Enhanced quality of life for frail, aged, and people with a disability
  • Improved living conditions through environmental health
  • Decreased incidence of alcohol and other substance abuse
Improving Health
Service Delivery
  • Improved capital facilities to support high quality health services for our clients
  • Improved coordinated care for the Indigenous peoples of the Central Desert Region
  • Responsive organisation-wide quality management system
  • Access to accident and emergency treatment
  • - Strengthened evidence-based planning and clinical practice
Building a Strong Organisation
  •  An integrated risk management approach to operational and financial management
  • Increased engagement by the community in the governance of NACCH&MSAC
  • Effective professional development, training and strategic management of the workforce
  • Enhanced use of Information Communications Technology in corporate communications and service delivery
  • Innovative and effective partnerships with public and private sector organisations