The Department of Health and Human Services works collaboratively with a number of local and national partners to ensure the best health and wellbeing outcomes and services for Tasmanians.
Strategic partnerships with organisations such as the University of Tasmania, Divisions of General Practice and the Tasmanian Police Service help us progress change and innovation in health and human services.
We are key contributor to Tasmania Together - a community owned vision for the state developed - and coordinate and contribute to nearly 30 of its indicators and targets.
Keep Connected is a partnership between Aged Rural Community Health Health Promotion Coordinator South District and Women’s Health South. For more information
Oral Health Services Tasmania operates the Emergency Dental Care Scheme that provides eligible Tasmanians with timely and effective emergency and urgent dental treatment through collaboration between private and public sector dental services. For more information
Volunteers play an essential role. It is estimated that on any one day over 100,000 volunteers help provide essential services in Tasmania - providing food, shelter, transport, recreational, justice, education, communications, health and environmental services.