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Career opportunity: Primary health consultant positions

Primary Health Tasmania is currently seeking applicants for a number of primary health consultants to join one of the following teams: Sector Improvement and Innovation Evidence in Practice Practice Improvement The positions are full time (minimum 0.8 FTE would be considered) and may be based in any of our Hobart, Launceston, or Ulverstone offices. Applications…

Tender open for Launceston Head to Health

Primary Health Tasmania has commenced an open tender process to identify a lead agency for an adult mental health centre in Launceston, to be known as Launceston Head to Health Centre. The centre is one of a number of equivalent sites being established across the country as part of an Australian Government trial, and will…

headspace Hobart centre expands

A newly expanded headspace centre in the heart of Hobart means more young Tasmanians than ever can get support from the youth mental health service provider. Australian Government funding provided through Primary Health Tasmania has enabled headspace Hobart to redesign the layout of its centrally located Liverpool Street site, including a revamped reception area and…

*Now closed* Current career opportunities

Primary Health Tasmania is currently seeking applications for four full-time roles within our team: Aboriginal health program officer Lead – health system integration Manager – health program strategy and performance Project lead – COVID-19 response and emergency preparedness. All positions are statewide, so may be based in either our Hobart, Launceston, or Ulverstone office.

Booking a COVID-19 vaccination

COVID-19 vaccination bookings are currently open for Tasmanians aged 40 and over as well as some other groups of people, such as those with underlying medical conditions and healthcare workers. All Tasmanians aged 16 and over will have the opportunity to be vaccinated in coming months. To see where you can get your vaccination, go…

Greater mental health support for Tasmanian adults

Tasmanian adults living with mild mental illness now have greater access to free online and telephone-based mental health support, including a culturally informed service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Primary Health Tasmania on Tuesday 25 May announced the new Australian Government-funded services, to be delivered in the state by Remedy Healthcare. The services…