SA Health

The Minister for Health and Wellbeing is in charge of the broad range of services and organizations that make up SA Health. A few non-government and community service providers are also officially and directly involved by SA Health in broader policy and planning discussions.

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How SA Health can help

These include:

  • public hospitals
  • metropolitan and country health service delivery
  • environmental health
  • communicable disease control
  • epidemiology
  • health promotion
  • pathology services
  • drug and alcohol services
  • emergency and ambulance
  • organ donation.

Vision and mission

SA Health is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the health of all South Australians by providing leadership in health reform, public health services, health and medical research, policy development, and planning, with a stronger emphasis on wellbeing, illness prevention, early intervention, and high-quality care.

SA Health governance reforms

Ten Local Health Networks (LHNs), each with its own Governing Board, were formed by the State Government and began operating on July 1, 2019.
Beginning on this day, Country Health SA LHN was replaced by six new regional LHNs.
The Department for Health and Wellbeing (the Department) has also adopted a revised role, completing and assisting the LHNs with high-level system direction and performance management, as well as with its government departmental roles to assist the Minister and Chief Executive in carrying out their duties.

Gender equality and diversity

SA Health aspires to create a company where all of its workers, regardless of their gender identification, have access to the same resources, benefits, and opportunities as their peers across all levels, workplaces, and professions.