About regional health
From 1 July, six new regional local health networks will manage the health services in regional South Australia.
In line with the Government’s priority to devolve responsibility for local health service delivery to the local level, the Country Health SA Local Health Network was replaced by six regional local health networks (LHNs), each led by a governing board.
Each board is made up of six to eight members, appointed on merit, with experience or expertise in one of the following areas – health management, clinical governance, commercial management, financial management, law or provision of health services. Two members must be health professionals and one must have expertise, knowledge or experience in Aboriginal health.
For more information about the six regional local health networks, the board chairs and members, visit each of the six LHN pages below:
- Barossa Hills Fleurieu Local Health Network
- Eyre and Far North Local Health Network
- Flinders and Upper North Local Health Network
- Limestone Coast Local Health Network
- Riverland Mallee Coorong Local Health Network
- Yorke and Northern Local Health Network
Previous Country Health SA Annual Reports