South East Aboriginal Health Care (SEAHC)
Chronic disease care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
The five main chronic diseases in our community are:
- cardiovascular disease (involving the heart or blood vessels)
- respiratory disease (involving the lungs and breathing)
- renal disease (involving the kidneys)
The South East Aboriginal Health Care unit advocates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients living with these diseases and assists with funding for particular medical equipment, services and transport. We also offer outreach and care-coordination services.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in the South East Sydney Local Health District.
How do I access this service?
You can get in touch in person, or your GP or other medical professional can refer you. A friend or family member can also refer you. You need to have a GP management plan for your condition to access this service.
Referrals can be direct through eMR, email, fax, telephone or in person. Clients are triaged and will be contacted as soon as reasonably possible. If there is a waitlist, the client will be notified of this.
For general enquiries, please call 02-9540 8181.
See also the Bulbuwil Healthy Lifestyle Program.