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Bullinah Aboriginal Health Service

 

Description

Bullinah Aboriginal Health Service was established for the Goori people in and around Ballina New South Wales (NSW). The service aims to work with the community for better health and wellbeing of the communities it services.

They aim to deliver a comprehensive Aboriginal primary health care service that applies a holistic approach with flexible models of care that acknowledge cultural obligations and relationships. Bullinah offers a range of primary health care services and healthy lifestyle programs.

Bullinah Aboriginal Health Service is a member of the Aboriginal Health and Medical Research Council of NSW.

Abstract adapted from Bullina Aboriginal Health Service

Contacts

Bullinah Aboriginal Health Service
120 Tamar Street
Ballina NSW 2478
Ph : (02) 6681 5644
Email : adminsupport@bullinahahs.org.au

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Last updated: 10 February 2017
 
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