Aboriginal Health

Grand Pacific Health is focused on supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to achieve better health outcomes.


Tackling Indigenous Smoking

Butt out boondah (BOB) is a quit smoking support service in Queanbeyan, Goulburn, Yass and Cooma.  This is a free service. Male or female TIS officers are available.

To get in contact:

02 6298 2900 

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Chronic Disease Management

We offer assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people suffering one or more Chronic Conditions.

A Chronic Condition is any medical condition lasting more than 6 months. This can include, but is not exclusive to: diabetes (and eye health conditions associated with diabetes), mental health conditions, cancer, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory disease and chronic kidney disease.

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Aboriginal Health Promotion Programs

A number of health promotion activities are undertaken by Grand Pacific Health to help individuals achieve healthier lifestyles and reduce the risk of developing lifestyle-related diseases. These include:


Increasing Access to Primary Health Care

The Closing the Gap program provides assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who need support to access primary health care services such as doctors and allied health professionals.

Grand Pacific Health employs health professionals who work with individuals and local communities to provide diabetes clinics, health checks, Koori Booris and Work Development Orders.


Mental Health Support

We offer a range of services for mild to enduring mental health issues in a variety of locations throughout south-east NSW.

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