The Murray Mallee General Practice Network
Established in 1995, the Network is an independent, “not for profit”, membership based organisation, incorporated in South Australia under the Associations Incorporation Act 1985. We are governed by a Board of Directors elected by our members.
The Network delivers local health solutions through general practice, addressing gaps in health service provision for people who may have difficulty accessing primary care services.
Initially funded through the Commonwealth Government Divisions of General Practice program, the organisation has evolved to become a primary care service provider for the Country SA PHN and other funders.
“Building healthy and resilient people and communities”
Ensuring our status as a preferred provider for primary health care services in the region by,
- Providing high quality, evidence based, best practice primary care services to our communities.
- Advocating for and delivering accessible services across the spectrum of health care.
- Developing partnerships to optimise the range of health services available to our communities.
- Providing services that place the client at the centre of care.
The Murray Mallee General Practice Network Board, management and staff are committed to ensuring that the Murray Mallee General Practice Network produces quality outcomes that meet the expectations of funding bodies. The organisation is committed to producing a quality product that satisfies contract requirements, meets the needs of end users in the health industry and complies with legislation.
The Murray Mallee General Practice Network Board has committed to the ISO quality management framework in managing its business affairs and in pursing continuous improvement.
In order to achieve our vision and mission the Murray Mallee General Practice Network will:
- Establish the organisation as a preferred provider of primary health services
- Build strong partnerships
- Minimise geographic, financial, cultural and other barriers
- Maintain effective organisational and clinical governance practices
- Recognise and value the importance of community connection
- Create opportunities for innovation
We acknowledge the Ngarrindjeri peoples and their elders past and present, as the traditional owners of the land on which we work.