What do you think about local health care? Join the Consumer Health Panel and have your say

Would you like to have your say on local health care issues and services?

The team at COORDINARE – South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network (PHN) would love to hear from you!

Who we are

COORDINARE is one of 31 government-funded PHNs in Australia. We oversee the coordination of health services across South Eastern NSW, from Helensburgh down to the Far South Coast and towards the ACT.

What we do

We work directly with doctors, nurses and health providers, well as members of the community, to improve the quality of health care in South Eastern NSW. We aim to identify gaps in local services, commission programs to fill these gaps, and improve health outcomes for at-risk people.

About the Consumer Health Panel The Consumer Health Panel is an exciting opportunity for you to share your views on the health issues that matter to you and your community.

To join, you need to be 18+ and live locally*. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to join, as well as people from diverse backgrounds, people with disability and LGBTIQ+ people.

How does it work?

Once a month you’ll get a short survey to complete via your mobile or computer. You’ll then receive feedback on what the Panel said and how your input is helping with planning.

As a Panel member, you can be sure that:

  • your experience is important to us and we are listening

  • sharing your experience will help us understand how to improve local health services

  • your opinion can make a positive difference to your community.

So give it a go!

It’s simple – go to and complete the registration form!

We look forward to hearing from you.

*Note: people who work in the health sector are ineligible.

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