7 July, 2024

Take part in health survey

THE community is being urged to fill in a survey to improve the delivery of healthcare in the region.

Take part in health survey - feature photo

North Queensland residents can have their say on local healthcare as part of the Joint Regional Needs Assessment (JRNA) online survey.

Information collected through the short survey, which  closes on  July 14, will help to develop North Queensland’s first JRNA, a collaboration between Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN), and Torres and Cape, Cairns and Hinterland, Townsville, and Mackay hospital and health services.

NQPHN chief executive officer Sean Rooney said it was important for the community to have their say on the region’s healthcare.

“People’s experiences matter and information gathered from the survey will help improve access to better healthcare in North Queensland communities,” he said.

“We want to learn more about the health needs that are impacting people living and working in North Queensland, and understand where there may be health needs and gaps in services to ultimately improve healthcare resourcing and service delivery.”



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