Our hierarchy of plans
Western NSW Local Health District work to a number of plans set by the NSW Government and the Local Health District. Our hierarchy of plans explains how these plans work together to create a roadmap for the district.
- NSW State Health Plan
- NSW Rural Health Plan
- The Strategic Plan
- Our Clinical Services Framework
- Our Clinical Service Plans
- Our Reconciliation Action Plan
- Safety & Quality Account
- Our Service Agreement
- Our Budget Reports
- Corporate Governance Attestation Statements
- Compliance Certificates
NSW State Health Plan
The NSW State Health Plan: Towards 2021 has set two overarching goals for health care services in NSW:
- Keep people healthy and out of hospital
- Providing world class clinical services with timely access and effective infrastructure
The NSW State Health Plan provides directions and strategies to deliver these state health goals.
NSW Rural Health Plan
The NSW Rural Health Plan: Towards 2021 was developed to strengthen the capacity of NSW rural health services to provide connected and seamless care, as close to regional, rural and remote NSW communities as possible.
The Strategic Plan
Our strategic plan sets an overall direction and priorities for the Western NSW local Health District. It helps us focus our energy and resources to work toward common goals.
We invite communities, organisations and key stakeholders across our District to read the Strategic Plan, to develop a better understanding of our high level priorities and goals.
Our Clinical Services Framework
The Clinical Services Framework (CSF) provides direction and priorities for our key clinical services for the next five years. It recognises that our clinical services must evolve to meet a changing service environment, developments in models of care, technology and research, and emerging healthcare needs of our people. The CSF is intended to guide service planning, design and delivery into the future.
The CSF outlines six priorities for clinical service development and future directions for each core clinical service.
Together with the WNSWLHD Strategic Plan 2020-2025, the CSF is a key guiding document for our District.
Our Clinical Service Plans
We also work to a number of Clinical Service Plans including:
- Chronic Disease Services Plan 2012-2016
- Palliative and End of Life Services Plan 2016-2020
- Aboriginal Health Plan 2014-2016
- Renal Services Clinical Services Plan 2014-2018
- Tobacco Strategic Plan 2015-2021
- WNSWLHD Cancer Services Clinical Service Plan
- Oral Health Service Plan 2017-2020
- Cowra Health Service – Clinical Services Plan Summary
- Grenfell MPS – Clinical Services Plan Summary
Our Reconciliation Action Plan
Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) was launched on 14th September 2017 by Professor Tom Calma, Co-Chair Reconciliation Australia and our Chief Executive, Scott Mclachlan. The launch took place during the 2017 Aboriginal Health Forum, which was attended by more than 100 members of our workforce.
The RAP is about what our organisation can do to contribute to reconciliation in Australia. It will help us develop a more culturally safe and tolerant workplace that will contribute to improving service delivery to Aboriginal peoples, their families and communities.
Safety & Quality Account
In the Safety and Quality Account we highlight the exceptional work of our District teams in delivering reliable and resilient care in a time of complexity and uncertainty.
We acknowledge the challenges of providing world class rural health care while our communities are facing pandemic, floods and a devastating mice plague. In the face of these challenges, our District has continued to improve the care we provide to our most vulnerable and to enhance the patient experience, creating opportunities for innovation as we continually seek to deliver services to meet the needs of our communities.
Safety and Quality Account Reports
Our Service Agreement
The Service Agreement supports the devolution of decision making , responsibility and accountability for the provision of safe, high quality, person-centred healthcare to NSW Health Services and Support Organisations by setting out the service and performance expectations and funding for Western NSW Local Health District.
Our budget reports
The Western NSW Local Health District budgets are formulated in line with the Service Agreement. You can view the full Western NSW Local Health District Facility Budget Growth, or budgets for each specific facility as listed below.
Corporate Governance Attestation Statements
These statements set out the main corporate governance frameworks and practices in
operation within the organisation. Each statement below is retrospective for the financial year.
These compliance certificates are a short statement that confirms the government advertising campaign.
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