SEMPHN’s 2016/17 Annual Report
SEMPHN 2016 Strategic Plan
An outline of SEMPHN’s Vision, Purpose and strategic priorities, which include 1) Intelligent Commissioning, 2) Co-Design, 3) Health System Alignment, 4) Enhancing Professional Practice Capacity and 5) An Efficient and Effective PHN Organisation.
Catchment demographic briefing
An infographic showing maps of the catchment, highlighting key demographic information.
MyHealthyCommunities website - reporting of health and wellbeing measures in our catchment.
SEMPHN Health Needs Assessment
Identifying the health needs of our community is the first step needed to deliver better health outcomes. The SEMPHN Health Needs Assessment identifies the factors that contribute to the variation in health outcomes and, on this basis, recommends potential activities to address many of these issues.
SEMPHN Mental Health Needs Assessment
This is the baseline needs assessment for mental health across the SEMPHN catchment. It outlines key areas of need and the assessment includes social determinants of health. Consultation was conducted with mental health service providers, consumers, carers and consumer advocates.
SEMPHN AOD Health Needs Assessment
The baseline Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Needs Assessment provides information on the population profile of the SEMPHN catchment in relation to local needs for clients accessing treatment services.
Activity Work Plans 2016-2019
- 2016-2018 Activity Work Plan - Core Funding
- 2017-2018 Activity Work Plan - Planned lead site activities for young people severe mental illness
- 2017-2018 Activity Work Plan - Partners in Recovery Initiative_Frankston Mornington Peninsula
- 2017-2018 Activity Work Plan - Partners in Recovery Initiative_Dandenong
- 2016-2018 Activity Work Plan - Mental Health
- 2016-2018 Activity Work Plan - Integrated Team Care
- 2016-2019 Activity Work Plan - Drug and Alcohol Treatment
Activity Work Plans 2016-2017
Events and Education See all
We acknowledge the Kulin Nation who are the traditional custodians of the land our catchment covers. We pay our respects to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future, and uphold their relationship to this land.
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