Overview

Ministry of Health (NSW Health) is the government body responsible for the provision of healthcare to the people of New South Wales and for monitoring the performance of the NSW public health system. NSW Health employs more than 108,000 people across the public health system and its head office is located in North Sydney.

The Ministry of Health protects, develops, promotes, maintains and improves the health and well-being of the people of New South Wales. Currently, NSW Health is comprised of 15 Local Health Districts and two Specialty Health Networks.

Additionally, NSW Health also encompasses the Ambulance Service of NSW and the statutory health corporations which are:

  • Agency for Clinical Innovation
  • Bureau of Health Information
  • Cancer Institute NSW
  • Clinical Excellence Commission
  • eHealth
  • Health Education and Training Institute
  • Health Infrastructure
  • HealthShare NSW
  • Justice Health & Forensic Mental Health Network
  • NSW Ambulance
  • NSW Health Pathology
  • NSW Kids and Families
  • The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network

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