THE WIMMERA PRIMARY CARE PARTNERSHIP
Click here to read Wimmera PCP’s Strategic Plan 2017 – 2021.
The Wimmera Primary Care Partnership is made up of 27 member agencies, including local government, welfare, disability, primary health care, health services, social services and education. We have four health services spread over fourteen campuses and two bush nursing centres. The Wimmera Primary Care Partnership region covers some 28,041 square kilometres and services a population of 38,375 including the Local Government Areas of West Wimmera, Yarriambiack, Hindmarsh and Horsham Rural City.
The Wimmera is characterised by small towns spread over large distances. The area is mainly agricultural, producing broad acre crops (predominantly wheat, oilseeds and legumes. Other agriculture includes olives, native flowers, poultry, lamb and wool production. The Wimmera is one of Australia’s most dynamic agricultural regions in terms of new investment, new product and innovation.
For more information on what a Primary Care Partnership is click here.
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