- 28 Mar 2019 - 28 Mar 2019
- 17:30 - 20:00
- HPANT Members $10 / Non-Members $15 (registrations essential)
Networking events and education workshops are part of how HPANT connects health practitioners. Take a look at our next exciting events.
Health Providers Alliance NT acknowledges the diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of Australia as the traditional owners of the lands upon which we and our members operate. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and future, and value their continued custodianship of the lands, waters and seas.
Connecting health practitioners
Our scope is Territory-wide, and our role is to support and connect medical practitioners, nurses and allied health practitioners to deliver care to their community.
Our aim is to improve the health and wellbeing of all Territorians. The role of Health Providers Alliance NT is to connect all health disciplines, to specifically improve access to primary health care through better coordination, integration and collaboration. Capturing the patient early before their condition becomes chronic is our mission in improving the patient journey.
Part of that quest is connecting all health service providers – medical practitioners, nurses and allied health through existing networks and forming new ones so they can work as a team to achieve the goal of healthier Northern Territorians.
A membership organisation
Health Providers Alliance Northern Territory (HPANT) with Aboriginal Medical Service Alliance Northern Territory (AMSANT) and the Northern Territory Department of Health are the overseeing bodies of Northern Territory PHN (NT PHN).
Health Providers Alliance NT is the only membership in the NT that represents all primary healthcare providers.
Individual members must either work in a field that contributes to the primary healthcare system and patient journey or be a primary health care practitioner in the NT.
Organisation members must be actively involved, directly or indirectly, in contributing to the primary health care system and patient journey in the Northern Territory.