Wirraka Maya Health Service Aboriginal Corporation

Wirraka Maya Health Service Aboriginal Corporation [ICN 1855] (WMHSAC) is an Aboriginal health care service designed to ensure our clients' journey through the health system meets their medical, health, social and cultural needs.

WMHSAC originated from the efforts of Aboriginal people to establish a health service that addressed the unmet needs of Aboriginal people in the Port Hedland, South Hedland areas and surrounding communities.

WMHSAC has over 7,000 Aboriginal people registered and are actively engaged and regularly receiving primary care, wellbeing and prevention services and programs. 

We have an experienced team of health professionals, that include Aboriginal Health Workers and Practitioners, GP's and Nurses who work together to improve the health outcomes of Aboriginal people. We also have visiting Specialists and Allied Health Practitioners.  They are supported by the Administrative staff.

Accreditation    

WMHSAC is AGPAL accredited clinic which undergoes  review of its standards every 3 years. We are currently preparing for the Quality Improvement Council accreditation.

WMHSAC is a WAGPET Training facility accredited by RACGP and ACCRM for delivery of Australian General Practice Training Program.

Values

As an Aboriginal Health Service we: