Sunday, 20 April 2014

Building a stronger Service

Danila Dilba is looking at some important changes to its constitution to build a stronger health service for the community.

These changes will be put to a Special General Meeting of Members on 8 May.

Please click here for more information about the changes.

Have you had your flu shot?

Did you know that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are more likely to become sick because of the flu?

Click here for information about our free vaccinations.

Danila Dilba Health Service

Danila Dilba Health Service is an Aboriginal community-controlled organisation providing culturally-appropriate, comprehensive primary health care and community services to Biluru (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) people in the Yilli Rreung (greater Darwin) region of the Northern Territory.

Our services are funded by the Commonwealth Departments of Health and Social Services, and the Northern Territory Government. Our main services include:

  • medical clinics
  • dental clinic
  • social and emotional wellbeing
  • substance use
  • child and maternal health
  • chronic disease
  • community outreach
  • health education programs.

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Danila Dilba Strategic Plan here

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Positions available

Danila Dilba is always on the lookout for enthusiastic people who wish to start or advance their career in health services and we offer excellent benefits to ensure that we attract the right people to our organisation.

Danila Dilba Health Service is going through a dynamic period of expansion, growth and review, and are currently seeking to fill the following vacancies: 

Notice: please note that the recalls coordinator role has been withrawn.

Danila Dilba is a vibrant and exciting place to work and its employees are committed and passionate about what we do! If you are looking to make a positive contribution to the community then this is the organisation for you!

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