For allied health

Primary Health Tasmania provides support to allied health professionals through resources, professional development, training and networking. To contact our provider support team, send us an email or call us on 1300 653 169.

We also coordinate the Allied Health Professionals Network Advisory Group.

What does the group do?

This group promotes networking, collaboration and professional development amongst allied health professionals working in primary care across Tasmania. It encourages coordinated, person-centred primary health care that leads to improved health outcomes for Tasmanians.

Feedback from the group helps helps Primary Health Tasmania better understand and – where appropriate – response to the workforce’s needs and priorities.

The group aims to meet every two months. Resources generated by the group Рincluding education and networking events Рare promoted through Primary Health Tasmania’s weekly Primary Health Update newsletter and on this website.

Who are its members?

Group members are Tasmanian allied health professionals practising in primary care, who are affiliated with their respective peak bodies. The following allied health professions are represented, with the group open to future representation from other professions:

  • audiology
  • chiropractic
  • dietetics
  • diabetes education
  • exercise physiology
  • occupational therapy
  • optometry
  • pharmacy
  • physiotherapy
  • podiatry
  • psychology
  • social work
  • speech pathology.

More information

For more information about the Allied Health Professionals Advisory Group, send us an email or call us on 1300 653 169.