A detailed review of the various organisations and services that combine to form NSW Health.
The annual report outlines the functions and activities of NSW Health over the financial year. The report includes performance and achievements of all local health districts, specialty networks and other controlled entities that comprise NSW Health.
15 local health districts and three specialty networks cover the metropolitan, regional and rural communities of NSW, each with a governing board.
Find out more about how NSW Health organisations are meeting
emerging health challenges and ensuring the long
term sustainability of our healthcare system while always
retaining our core focus on the needs of the community
and our patients and their carers.
Value based healthcare means continually striving to deliver care that improves health outcomes that matter to patients and the
experiences of providing and receiving care.
Rural NSW is characterised by its diversity. It is made up of major regional centres and coastal cities, small towns and remote communities.
We recognise the importance of having a workforce that meets the changing needs of consumers, carers and the wider population of NSW and reflects the communities we serve.
There are a range of ways in which you can be involved with us, either as a business, health professional or health consumer.
The NSW People Matter Employee Survey asks employees about their experiences with their work, workgroup, managers, and organisation.