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Global health transformed by accessible, compassionate 

and high quality health care for all.


To develop sustainable health programmes that will improve the total health

and wellbeing of communities.

HSA aims to help build a community's capacity for meeting

its own health needs through partnership with community groups in projects.


PNG Healthcare Manual
Printed and Ready for Shipping
Thanks to the tireless work of Dr John Oakley, Gerri Koelma, Roslyn Copas and their teams, the 50 or more contributors to the text and illustrations, the Ligare Printers, The BUPNG, and DFAT Australia, and so many supporters and donors,
the PNG HCM Edition 3 has completed its first print run of 2000 double volumes and ready to the be shipped to Lae in PNG. 
Congrats to all who have played a part in the bringing the first part of this program to completion.

- Team HSA 

DFAT and the PNG Project 

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The Australian Government enabling the completion of the Healthcare Manual (3rd Edition) Program in Papua New Guinea.

The Australian Government through DFAT, made $60,000 in Grant Funds available for 2019's distribution process of the Healthcare Manual (3rd Edidtion).

HSA agreed to oversee the Grant funds as plans are made to complete the editing, printing, and distribution of the manual by the end of 2019.

We are most grateful to DFAT for entrusting us with this Grant, and we continue to pray for the Program workers, managers and doctors

who are collaborating on the major project for the completion of the HCM Program and for the benefit of the present and future health of the New Guinea people. 






HSA works in partnership with other international organisations, complementing their strengths with health resources. It has a special relationship with the largest group of Christian health professionals in Australia, the Christian Medical and Dental Fellowship of Australia (CMDFA) through which it was established. Many of the CMDFA members have worked for a number of years overseas in health work.


Registering Complaints / Issues of concern 

ACFID SymbolHealthServe Australia is a signatory to the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) Code of Conduct reflecting HealthServe's compliance with industry standards of good practice, transparency and accountability.  If you have any complaint or concern please click here  and you will be redirected to our complaints form. A copy of our Complaints section in our Procedures Manual can be accessed by clicking here.

Healthserve Australia is a Registered Charity and an ACFID Member