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Wirraka Maya staff recognised at State Conference!
Posted April 17, 2018 Wirraka Maya staff recognised at State Conference!

Congratulations to our staff members Natalie Newie and Monica Roe, along with Board Chairperson, Alfred Barker, who were recognised by the Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia at the WA Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Sector State Conference!

Wirraka Maya Health Service supports Ochre Ribbon Day 2018
Posted February 21, 2018 Wirraka Maya Health Service supports Ochre Ribbon Day 2018

Wirraka Maya Health Service supported Ochre Ribbon Day through a donation to the Hedland Women's Refuge.

Notice of Annual General Meeting
Posted February 7, 2018 Notice of Annual General Meeting

Please see details in regards to our upcoming Annual General Meeting.

Introducing Women's Health Days at Wirraka Maya Health Service!
Posted January 11, 2018 Introducing Women's Health Days at Wirraka Maya Health Service!

Wirraka Maya Health Service is excited to introduce in 2018 a Women’s Health Program. This will allow all women the opportunity to come into the clinic and be seen for screening processes and a health check at no cost, on Women’s Health Days.

New Practice Manager Announced
Posted November 17, 2017 New Practice Manager Announced

Gail Williams has been appointed as Wirraka Maya Health Service Aboriginal Corporation Practice Manager, commencing in the role Monday November 20, 2017.

Preliminary AHPRA Accreditation for Certificate IV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice HLT40213
Posted October 23, 2017 Preliminary AHPRA Accreditation for Certificate IV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice HLT40213

We are very excited to announce that the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority (APHRA) has given a preliminary decision on August 8th 2017 to accredit, for our Certificate IV in Aboriginal and /or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice Course.

Wirraka Maya Health Service nominated for 2017 Business of the Year Awards!
Posted August 9, 2017 Wirraka Maya Health Service nominated for 2017 Business of the Year Awards!

The Port Hedland Chamber of Commerce Inc, Business of the Year Awards looks to formally recognise and celebrate small and medium business in the Town of Port Hedland.

Working with Clients to Tackle Chronic Disease
Posted February 22, 2017 Working with Clients to Tackle Chronic Disease

Our Chronic Disease team focuses on completing health checks and care plans for clients.

June Councillor speaking at PHCCI February Business Breakfast Series
Posted February 10, 2017 June Councillor speaking at PHCCI February Business Breakfast Series

June Councillor will join Shannon Wilson from IBN Group to speak about Indigenous Business at the PHCCI February Business Breakfast Series. Join her from 7.15am at Ibis Styles, Port Hedland.

Community Movie Night Raises Awareness for Disabilities
Posted January 1, 2017 Community Movie Night Raises Awareness for Disabilities

Hedland’s Disability Awareness Movie Night was held on the first Sunday in December to celebrate Disability Awareness Week.

Meet our new staff at Wirraka Maya Health Service
Posted December 19, 2016 Meet our new staff at Wirraka Maya Health Service

Meet our new staff at Wirraka Maya Health Service, Erica Thompson, Rob Sharland, Camden Edwards, Eva Plachta and Monica Roe.

Innovative approach to tackling smoking in the Pilbara
Posted December 19, 2016 Innovative approach to tackling smoking in the Pilbara

A new research project starting soon in the Pilbara will take an innovative approach to tackling smoking among Aboriginal women.

Dental Health Staff profile: Jenela
Posted September 30, 2016 Dental Health Staff profile: Jenela

My names Jenela I have been working as a dental nurse for 9 years. I have been working with Wirraka Maya Health Service for almost 7 years.

Exercise Kummundoo
Posted September 30, 2016 Exercise Kummundoo

The Royal Australian Air Force are working out of Wirraka Maya Health Service Aboriginal Corporation for Exercise Kummundoo, an initiative by the Royal Australian Air Force and the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation that aims to support, engage and improve conditions in rural Aboriginal communities.

Wirraka Maya Personal Helpers & Mentors Programme
Posted August 23, 2016 Wirraka Maya Personal Helpers & Mentors Programme

The Personal Helpers and Mentors (PHaMs) program at Wirraka Maya Health Service Aboriginal Corporation (WMHSAC) is a Department of Social Services initiative that offers personalised support to people whose lives have been impacted as a result of mental illness.

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