About South Eastern NSW

The South Eastern NSW Primary Health Network (PHN) is one of 31 PHNs established across Australia and one of 10 networks in NSW. Our region stretches from Helensburgh in the north, past Eden to the Victorian border in the south, and inland to Cooma/Monaro, Queanbeyan, Yass and Goulburn.

Our reach and local connections provide a unique opportunity to improve the health, wellbeing and care of one of the largest rural and regional populations in NSW.

We aim to maintain and improve the health of the region's population by addressing inequalities and service gaps for those most at risk of poor health outcomes. A number of priority areas have been identified for South Eastern NSW:

Download a copy of the South Eastern NSW PHN region 2019/20 infographic here.

Also, see the Aboriginal health in our region snapshot for 2019/20 infographic here and the 2019/20 Aboriginal Health Report Card here.