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Latest career opportunities

Primary Health Tasmania is currently seeking applications for: Health Program Leads (Hobart, Launceston, or Ulverstone) a Program Management Coordinator (Hobart, Launceston, or Ulverstone). To find out more, click here.

Lead agency selected for new Launceston adult mental health centre

Experienced mental health service provider Stride has been unveiled as the lead agency to run an innovative new mental health centre for adults living in the Launceston area. Launceston Head to Health will aim to improve access to mental health and related support services for adults in distress or crisis, as well as family and…

Finding the right staff for the Tasmanian mental health sector

Tom Ryan began his journey from Newcastle, England, to Burnie, Tasmania, with the click of a link. The link had been shared in a Facebook group for international social workers seeking to migrate to Australia. The person who shared it was Daisy Grodzki, a Dutch mental health clinician who made the move to Tasmania’s north…

Primary Health Matters November 2021 issue out now!

The November 2021 edition of Primary Health Tasmania’s twice-yearly magazine, Primary Health Matters, is out now, featuring stories that celebrate the theme of collaboration. This is the 15th issue of Primary Health Matters, and includes interviews with real Tasmanians who are benefitting from primary health services supported by Primary Health Tasmania with Australian Government funding.…

Goodbye COVID videos available in 20 languages

Primary Health Tasmania is proud to support the Goodbye COVID campaign as part of its involvement in the Victorian and Tasmanian PHN Alliance. Led by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network, the campaign comprises videos in 20 languages, encouraging people to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Now available on the Primary Health Tasmania YouTube channel for…