October 28, 2020 

 

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Partners

We are extremely grateful to our partners who generously support our programs and initiatives and assist us in providing much needed care to our communities.
Without this support our communities would not have access to basic medical and social programs to assist them in trying to improve their lives.

The Bila Muuji group has provided stakeholders such as GPlogic with a coordinated central point of contact to access local Indigenous Primary Health Care administrators and practitioners in order to deliver improved health outcomes and access specialist knowledge, experience and advice.

If you are interested in creating a partnership with Bila Muuji Aboriginal Corporation Health Services, we would encourage and invite you to contact us.

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A Message from the Chair

2018 has been a year of substantial growth for Bila Muuji. We have enhanced and expanded our partner profile through service, education and research arrangements with The Benevolent Society, CSU – Three Rivers UDRH, University of Technology, Lyndon & Lives Lived Well, Western Local Health District and the Rural Doctors Network. These existing and new partnerships create a wide range of supports to our member’s services which will be great benefit to them as we enter into a new phase for Aboriginal Health in our region, state and country from July 2019. The evolution of the Governance structure of Bila Muuji will also be a major change for our organisation in 2019 as we prepare for the impending shift in our sector.

A massive thank you to the Chief Executive Officer Phil Naden and Executive Assistant Pam Renata for their tremendous efforts in not only growing Bila Muuji, but keeping our member services engaged, informed and motivated during a very busy and productive 2017/2018.

Thank you also to our member services, Coomealla Health Aboriginal Corporation, Yoorana Gunya Family Healing Centre, Orange Aboriginal Medical Service, Walgett Aboriginal Medical Service, Brewarrina Aboriginal Health Service, Bourke Aboriginal Health Service, Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service and Dubbo Aboriginal Medical Service who have supported and persevered with Bila Muuji over the past 12 months.

We look forward to a challenging and eventful 2019 and beyond.

Jamie Newman
CHAIRPERSON