Hunter New England and Central Coast PHN is a not for profit organisation primarily funded by the Commonwealth government to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the primary health care system.
What do we do?
HNECC PHN supports GPs and other health professionals, and delivers a range of programs.
Supporting health care professionals with:
We also fund and manage healthcare and support programs for people in the community including:
HNECC PHN is pleased to announce it has now completed the commissioning of new services to improve access to drug and alcohol treatment options and culturally appropriate mental health services for Aboriginal people.
The funding for these new services follows an open market tendering process that was informed by the PHN’s baseline needs assessment and market analysis. Now that the contracts are in place the successful service providers will finalise the necessary staffing and resource allocations to enable the delivery of face-to-face services for patients.
Due to varying start-up requirements for the service providers, the dates for service commencement will differ across our region. We will provide an update to stakeholders once these commissioned services become active.
You can view the details of successful service providers below.