Hills Mallee Southern Regional Health Service
|Binomial Name: ||South Australian Government|
|Sub Category:||State Government|
|Place:||Hills Mallee Southern Region|
|State/Country:||South Australia, Australia|
|Subject Matter:||Health and Community Services|
|Summary Information: |
|The Hills Mallee Southern Regional Health Service is the South Australian State Government authority responsible for administering health services in the Hills Mallee Southern Region. The region covers over 30,000 square kilometres and includes the Adelaide Hills, Murray Mallee, Southern Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island.
The region is described as ‘the most populous country health region in South Australia, with an estimated resident population (June 1999) of between 105,000 and 129,000 people,’ representing 9% of the estimated resident population of South Australia and 26% of the estimated resident population of country South Australia.
The Health Service is a party to the Memorandum of Understanding between Bridge Clinic and Aboriginal Primary Health Care Access Program (APHCAP) of the Hills Mallee Southern Regional Health Service.|