Ceduna District Health Advisory Council Inc.

The Ceduna District Health Service Health Advisory Council Inc (Ceduna HAC) is a voluntary body that consults with the local community on health needs and priorities, provides advice based on community views to SA Health, and assists with providing information to the community about health and aged care services.

A major role of the Ceduna HAC is to discuss health issues, priorities, and needs within our community and advise and advocate on behalf of that community to the Eyre and Far North Local Health Service (EFNLHN), which owns and operates the local hospital, GP Practice, health, and aged care services, and is part of SA Health.

These ideas are used in planning for new and improved services.

The Ceduna HAC also provides advice to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing and the EFNLHN Governing Board on matters that affect or are of interest to the local community.


Ceduna District Health Service Health Advisory Council (HAC) can include:

  • Up to 8 community members
  • Nominee of local government
  • A local member of Parliament or his or her nominee
  • A medical practitioner member
  • A worker from EFNLHN

Current membership

  • Presiding member - Yvonne Kloeden
  • Local member of parliament - Yvonne Kloeden
  • Nominee of local government - Paul Brown
  • Medical practitioner member - Vacant
  • Staff member - Vacant
  • Community representatives -
    • Alison Pearson
    • Christine Blums
    • Janet Evans
    • Karen Skinner
    • Ken Maynard
    • Leanne Holmes



Meeting information

Ceduna Health Advisory Council meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month.


Yvonne Kloeden
Ceduna District Health Service Health Advisory Council
C/- Ceduna District Health Services
PO Box 178
Ceduna SA 5690