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.
The latest News...
PICCSI Promoter Gives Generous Birthday Gift
Dr Zahrah Ali decided this birthday was going to be special -
she would be the conduit for her friends, family and supporters
to give to a cause close to her heart.
Instead of presents - she asked her entourage to give to Healthserve Australia's PICCSI Program for 2019.
This program is aimed at addressing the crippling mortality rate due to Cervical Cancer across the Pacific Islands.
This Cervical Cancer Screening Program is the Initiative of Dr Nicola Fitzgerald and 'the pilot' ran very successfully last year.
Zahrah's generous gesture has now raised over $1900 towards the 2019 program due to begin in August.
Well Done Zahrah - you have been an inspiration!
To give to Zahrah's cause click the link below:
Healthserve gains Government Grant of $60,000 for PNG Manual Program
It is a delight to announce to our members, supporters and donors that late last year, Healthserve Australia received an email of congratulations from DFAT to announce we had been successful in applying for a Grant for the PNG Healthcare Manual Program.
Congratulations to the PNG HCM3 team; that is, Dr John Oakley, Ms Gerri Koelma and Ms Roslyn Copas who prepared the application. We congratulate the Healthserve Australia Board of Management who have provided the platform to administer and underpin the work in PNG. Finally, we thank our donors who have made the initial work in PNG possible. 2019 is off to a flying start!
Well Done Healthserve.
- HSA Admin Team
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
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