Our Vision is to build healthier communities, empower individuals and support a sustainable primary health care workforce and system.
For over 18 years WentWest has been part of the Western Sydney community, delivering support and education to primary care health professionals such as general practitioners (GPs), practice nurses and allied health providers, working with key partners to progress the region’s health system.
In July 2015, WentWest became the Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WSPHN), allowing us to expand the work with do with our partners to deliver better health outcomes for the region.
WentWest is committed to quality management and this is demonstrated through having held ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems certification since 2007. WentWest promotes a culture of continual improvement which is embedded into the systems, frameworks, policies and processes that support all activities undertaken to achieve our objectives. Quality management has been established through sound governance and vision by our board of directors, strong leadership by our senior management team and focus and dedication by our team members.
Our Role as a Primary Health Network
Primary Health Networks (PHNs) are a federal government health initiative, established with the key objectives of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for patients, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes and improving coordination of care to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place, at the right time. There are 31 PHNs across Australia.
In our role as the Western Sydney Primary Health Network we focus on addressing national and regional health priorities in consultation and partnership with local GPs, allied health professionals, consumers and community bodies and the broader health sector.
Addressing Health Priorities
We’re focused on addressing the region’s most pressing health challenges and finding service providers to meet the health needs of Western Sydney community members. Together with health professionals, partners from both the health and hospital sector and community members, we’ve identified health service gaps and work towards commissioning solutions in priority areas.
Working in partnership to lead better system integration and coordination, strengthening equity and empowerment for Western Sydney communities and the people who care for them.
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