Our Organisational Structure
Congress' Health Service Division is responsible for delivering all client services; a comprehensive range of culturally appropriate services targeting the social, emotional, cultural, and physical health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in Central Australia. Read more about our client services here.
Congress Public Health Services Division engages in public health activities to address the underlying social and economic determinants of health. Read more about our role as an advocate for improved Aboriginal Health outcomes here.
Our Human Resources Division provides support to more than 330 employees across all Congress locations. The HR Division is responsible for recruiting and developing a skilled and expert workforce. Our HR Division oversees our Education and Training Service providing traineeship, cadetship and Aboriginal Health Practitioner training opportunities to Aboriginal people in the community. Read more about our Education and Training Service here or visit our Jobs page here.
Congress Business Services Division supports Congress to deliver high-quality and continuously improving primary health care services to Aboriginal people by managing the corporations finances, records, information technology, assets, quality and risk and communications.
Visit our Publications page to view our Annual Reports and Business Plan.