Western NSW is a vibrant and diverse region, rich in community and culture. At Western NSW LHD, we recognise the challenge of delivering health care across the scale and diversity of the Western NSW region. We are committed to delivering world class health services to meet the needs of our communities into the future.
Our vision is to support healthier people and thriving communities.
Our purpose is to deliver exceptional care to the people of Western NSW
Our vision in action
Learn more about our health initiatives and see how we are improving Aboriginal health in our region, leading the way in virtual care and keeping our community healthy.
Western NSW LHD works to a number of plans that guide our service delivery.
Our strategic plan sets an overall direction and priorities for the Western NSW LHD. It helps us focus our energy and resources to work toward common goals.
Our goals are supported by:
A strong, sustainable and happy workforce.
Well managed resources.
Data and analytics.
Infrastructure, technology and systems.
Productive partnership and effective communication.
Download our Strategic Plan 2020-2025 (PDF 3.22MB)
Download our Strategic Plan 2020-2025 on a page (PDF 210.05KB)
Our strategic plan outlines how we will achieve our vision over the next 5 years, under our 4 goals:
Improved health and wellbeing of our people
Meaningful gains in Aboriginal health
World class rural health care
One service across many places
Clinical Services Framework
Our Clinical Services Framework 2020-2025 (PDF 3.25MB) provides direction and priorities for our key clinical services for the next 5 years.
Facility clinical service plans
We have worked closely with our clinicians, staff, community, local government and partner organisations to develop Clinical Service Plans (CSPs) for our facilities. Each CSP considers how the unique health needs of our communities can be met into the future.
Reconciliation action plan
We are proud to have been the first District in NSW to commit to a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
Our vision for reconciliation is for all of us. We believe that non-Indigenous staff will lead the way in building relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, partner organisations, patients, families and carers to work collaboratively together to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
View our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) June 2023 – June 2025.
Our reports and publications
View the budget reports for each of our facilities over the last financial year, our Safety and Quality Account report, as well as our Corporate Governance Attestation Statements and our advertising Compliance Certificates.
Safety and Quality Account
Our Safety and Quality Account report highlights the work of our District teams in delivering reliable and resilient care in a time of complexity and uncertainty.
Budget reports 2022-23
Our budgets are developed in line with our Service Agreement. You can view the full WNSWLHD Facility Budget Growth (PDF 161.37KB), or the budget reports for each individual facility below.
- Baradine (PDF 156.68KB)
- Condobolin (PDF 155.98KB)
- Coolah (PDF 157.21KB)
- Coonabarabran (PDF 156.79KB)
- Dunedoo (PDF 157.32KB)
- Gilgandra (PDF 156.9KB)
- Gulargambone (PDF 156.91KB)
- Narromine (PDF 156.3KB)
- Peak Hill (PDF 156.76KB)
- Tottenham (PDF 156.2KB)
- Trundle (PDF 156.89KB)
- Tullamore (PDF 157KB)
- Wellington (PDF 156.67KB)
Corporate governance attestation statements
Our Corporate Governance Attestation Statements set out our main corporate governance frameworks and practices.
- Corporate Governance Attestation Statement 2021-2022 (PDF 2.74MB)
- Corporate Governance Attestation Statement 2020-2021 (PDF 789.03KB)
- Corporate Governance Attestation Statement 2019-2020 (PDF 510.97KB)
Our Compliance Certificates confirm that our government advertising campaigns are approved and meet government advertising guidelines.