Advisory Committees

Armajun Aboriginal Health Service is committed to providing the opportunity to our clients and community members to become aware of, explore, and plan to improve our programs and delivery strategies.

In 2014, an Advisory Committee was established to provide information and advice about the views, concerns and health care needs of the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to the Armajun Aboriginal Health Service Board. The Advisory Committee comprises two representatives from each community within the Armajun Service area – Inverell, Tingha, Glen Innes, Ashford and Tenterfield.  The ACAC plays a critical role in identifying health care needs in the community and communicating those needs to management and to management and to the Armajun Board of Management.

In 2016 an Armajun Armidale Advisory Committee was established with 2 representatives each from Guyra, Armidale, Uralla and Walcha.

The Advisory committees meet every three months and meetings are held on a rotating basis in each community we service.  The Advisory Committees plays a critical role in identifying health care needs in the community and communicating advice about the views, concerns and health care needs of the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to Armajun Aboriginal Health Service.