About Primary Care Partnerships
Primary Care Partnerships (PCPs) are established networks of local health and human service organisations. They work together within voluntary alliances to improve the health of their communities, with a focus on better coordination among services, integrated prevention and health promotion, equity and access, and strong partnerships.
There are 28 PCPs within Victoria, and have formed a voluntary alliance; VicPCP.
You can find out more on the Victoria's Government health.vic website.
About the Southern Mallee PCP
The Southern Mallee Primary Care Partnership (SMPCP) is a partnership of organisations (health, welfare, disability, local government, community based), across the Local Government Areas of Buloke, Gannawarra & Swan Hill (excluding Robinvale), who are working together to improve the health and wellbeing of the communities.
The Partnership is committed to progressing the Southern Mallee PCP 2017-2021 Strategic Directions: Building Inclusive and Resilient Communities; Strengthen Partnerships the Sector and Voice of Rural Communities; Strengthen Access, Equity and Integration.
Member and Associate Members have signed on to the Southern Mallee PCP Partnering Agreement 2015 - 2018. *Which has been extended to 31 June 2019.
Check out What is Southern Mallee Primary Care Partnership? for a brief overview of what we do, some key links and contact details.