How We Help

Remote Services

Congress provides support to clinics and health centres in several remote communities in Central Australia.

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    Amoonguna Health Service Aboriginal Corporation

    The Amoonguna Health Service has provided primary health care services to the Amoonguna Community for many years.
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    Mpwelarre Health Aboriginal Corporation (Santa Teresa Health Centre)

    Situated approximately one hour south east of Alice Springs on a dirt track, Santa Teresa provides primary health care to the community of roughly 500 people.
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    Mutitjulu Health Service

    The Mutitjulu community is located in the shadow of Uluru about 470 km south west of Alice Springs and 28 km (by sealed road) from Yulara. The Mutitjulu Health Service is located in the Mutitjulu community.
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    Utju Health Service Aboriginal Corporation (Areyonga)

    Utju is located 240 km west of Alice Springs, on the western edge of Western Aranda traditional lands and the northern edge of the Pitjantjatjara lands.
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    Western Aranda Health Aboriginal Corporation (WAHAC)

    The historic community of Hermannsburg is located 130 kilometres west of Alice Springs and the base for the Western Aranda Health Aboriginal Corporation (WAHAC).
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    Remote Allied Health Program

    The Remote Allied Health Program provides podiatry, diabetes nurse education and dietetic/nutritional advice to remote communities in Central Australia.
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    Regional Eye Health Program

    Supporting eye health throughout Central Australia.
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    Trachoma Health Promotion - Remote

    Working to promote good health and hygiene practices to eliminate Trachoma from remote communities.