Map of Aboriginal and Islander health/medical services -Map of Aboriginal and Islander health/medical services

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and medical services operate in all states and territories in Australia. The first Aboriginal medical service was established at Redfern in New South Wales in 1971.

Aboriginal medical services (now known as Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services to distinguish them from state government controlled services) are controlled by the local Aboriginal community via elected boards of management.

This interactive map of Australia enables you to search for Aboriginal and Islander Health/Medical Services by state or territory.

The health and medical services shown on the map are members of state and territory peak bodies as well as the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO), the peak body representing Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHs) across Australia.

The national and state/territory peak bodies are:

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