Information about the Regional Health Advisory Councils - advisory bodies, advising the Minister on health issues related to specific groups or regions.
Eyre and Far North Local Health Network - Consumer and community engagement
The Eyre and Far North LHN (EFNLHN) Governing Board has approved the EFNLHN Consumer and Community Engagement Strategy 2020–2023 (PDF 2.25MB).
The Strategy was developed after consultation with local communities, consumers and Health Advisory Councils. EFNLHN values the positive contributions that consumers, carers and local communities make to improve local health services.
Listening to consumers helps to make changes that benefit the local community and tailors services to their needs.
Health Advisory Councils
In regional areas of South Australia HACs ensure that the strong link between communities and their health services are maintained.
There are six Health Advisory Councils in the Eyre and Far North Local Health Network:
- Ceduna District Health Services Advisory Council Inc.
- Eastern Eyre Health Advisory Council Inc.
- Far North Health Advisory Council
- Lower Eyre Health Advisory Council Inc.
- Mid-West Health Advisory Council
- Port Lincoln Health Advisory Council
For further information about the HACs, visit the Regional Health Advisory Councils page.
Consumer Information and Orientation
EFNLHN welcomes community and consumer involvement and engagement with our work.
The EFNLHN Consumer Representative/Expert Orientation and Information Booklet (PDF 1.25MB) is available to support anyone who is thinking about becoming involved as a consumer representative/expert or is already involved in this capacity.
We welcome your feedback and suggestions to help us improve the services provided for you and your community.