Adelaide PHN's 2022 Primary Health Care Award Recipients Announced

On Saturday 22 October 2022, Adelaide PHN hosted its Annual Primary Health Care Awards Dinner – a night designed to celebrate the achievements of our commissioned services and recognise the impactful work they do to support our community across our seven National Priority Areas. 

We’re pleased to announce that our 2022 Annual Primary Health Care Awards recipients are - 

Primary Mental Health Care 

  • Outstanding Achievement in Primary Mental Health Care 
    Brief Intervention Clinic 
    Awarded to: Sonder  
     
  • Recognition in Primary Mental Health Care
    The Way Back Suicide Prevention Support Service
    Awarded to: ANGLICARE SA 

Primary Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services 

  • Outstanding Achievement in Primary Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services
    The Counselling Health and Substance Management Program
    Awarded to: OARS
     
  • Recognition in Primary Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Services
    Partners Toward Wellbeing
    Awarded to: Mission Australia 

Aboriginal Health 

  • Outstanding Achievement in Aboriginal Health
    The Aboriginal Suicide Prevention Service
    Awarded to: The ACT Centre 
     
  • Recognition in Aboriginal Health 
    The 715 Health Check Day Initiative
    Awarded to: Northern Medical Centre 

Aged Care 

  • Outstanding Achievement in Aged Care 
    Helping Hand Ingle Farm
    Awarded to: Zara Freeman 
     
  • Recognition in Aged Care 
    Aged Care Frailty Prevention Program
    Awarded to: Mawson Lakes Healthcare 

Digital Health and General Practice 

  • Outstanding Achievement in Digital Health and General Practice
    Good Health Good Life Project - Care Connections 
    Awarded to: Simple Healthcare Solutions  
     
  • Recognition in Digital Health and General Practice
    The Metabolic Support Program
    Awarded to: Thrive Family Practice 

Workforce Support 

  • Outstanding Achievement in Workforce Support
    Maintaining better patient outcomes through successful work culture 
    Awarded to: Darlington Medical Centre 
     
  • Recognition in Workforce Support
    Fostering an incredible workplace culture 
    Awarded to: Arkaba Medical Centre

Population Health/COVID-19 Response 

  • Outstanding Achievement in Population Health / COVID-19 Response
    Screening Saves Lives
    Awarded to: Australian Refugee Association 
     
  • Recognition in Population Health / COVID-19 Response
    Adelaide Refugee and New Arrivals Program 
    Awarded to: Survivors of Torture and Trauma Assistance and Rehabilitation Service (STTARS) and Australian Refugee Association (ARA) 

The 2022 Primary Health Care Award recipients were each awarded professional development sponsorships to support continued service enhancement. 

Congratulations to our award recipients! 

03 November 2022