The Department of Health and Human Services is the fund holder for several outreach programs funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health (DoH). These outreach programs aim to improve the health outcomes for the people living in rural, remote and some urban locations by supporting health professionals to provide outreach services across Tasmania. The programs are administered by the TAZREACH office of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Please note that TAZREACH are in the process of updating and reviewing this website as a result of changes to services for 2016-2017. Please contact TAZREACH if you have an enquiry about a particular service.
For more information about the funding programs, currently funded services, or to apply for outreach funding please follow the links below:
- What is Outreach?
- The History of TAZREACH
- Rural Health Outreach Fund (RHOF)
- Medical Outreach Indigenous Chronic Disease Program (MOICDP)
- Visiting Optometrists Scheme (VOS)
- Bass Strait Islands Agreement (BSIA)
- Current TAZREACH funded services
- What we can fund?
- How to get involved
- TAZREACH Latest News
- TAZREACH Supporting Information
- Contact TAZREACH
Clients and patients, you can tell us what you think and provide advice to us at any time by completing our TAZREACH Online Feedback Survey
Image: S. Brake 2013