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Anangu staff at our Tjilpi Pampaku Ngura (Aged Care Facility) have, since 2006, been receiving training from Tafe SA. The training has been very successful and a large number of Anangu have received certificates in aged care. You can read about this program at this link and also this link.

Thanks to Tafe for all your assistance with this program over the years and congratulations to all our staff who have obtained certificates through the training.
Our vet Dr Bob will be visiting the APY Lands next week starting the 13th June. This is an excellent environment health program that has improved the health of dogs and controlled the population. You can hear about his work here.
We currently have some motor vehicles for sale.

Information on the vehicles for sale can be accessed from here.
Our annual STI screen starts today. This is a very important and successful program that has improved the health of the residents of the APY Lands. We encourage everyone to go to our clinics for a check.

You can read about the achievements of this program here.
We are very pleased about the announcement that the South Australian Government will be providing us with funding for new ambulances. For the first time, the APY Lands will have dedicated ambulances and this will reduce the time it takes to respond to medical emergencies.
Our 2016 Annual Report is now available from this webiste. It can be accessed from this link.

In what was an extremely challenging year for Nganampa Health, the annual report shows that we continue to provide a high level of health care.
Nganampa Health Region
Umuwa Office
tel: (08) 8954 9040
fax: (08) 8956 7850
Alice Springs Office
3 Wilkinson Street
tel: (08) 8952 5300
fax: (08) 8952 2299
postal: PO Box 2232, Alice Springs, NT, 0871
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