The ACT Health and Wellbeing Partnership Board is responsible for identifying shared priorities and setting the overall framework that will improve the health and wellbeing of the Canberra community and surrounding regions of NSW. This will be achieved by integrating and driving more collaborative relationships across education, research and health service sectors.
The ACT Health and Wellbeing Partnership Board was established as a key outcome from the ACT Health Summit: Teaching Training and Research held in November 2018. The Summit brought together local leaders and decision makers—in health, tertiary education and research—to agree on shared priorities that will improve the health of Canberra and drive a new vision for our health system.
The Partnership Board meets quarterly and reports to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing, Minister for Medical and Health Research, Vice-Chancellor, Australian National University and Vice-Chancellor, University of Canberra.
- Director-General, ACT Health Directorate (Chair)
- Chief Executive Officer, Canberra Health Services
- Chief Executive Officer, Calvary Health Care Bruce
- Dean, College of Health and Medicine, Australian National University
- Executive Dean of Health, University of Canberra
- Deputy Director-General, Health Systems, Policy and Research, ACT Health Directorate
- Executive Director, Health Care Consumers’ Association
Terms of Reference
ACT Health and Wellbeing Partnership Terms of Reference 2019 [PDF]
Partnership Board Communiques
ACT Health and Wellbeing Partnership Board – 4 March 2019 [PDF]
Partnership Board Communique - 21 June 2019 (PDF)
For any enquiries, please contact ACTHWPartnershipBoard@act.gov.au