Sustainable Health Review

Closed 27 Oct 2017

Opened 8 Aug 2017


The WA State Government’s Sustainable Health Review aims to prioritise the delivery of high quality, patient-centred sustainable healthcare across WA into the future.

Western Australians continue to enjoy excellent health outcomes and quality health services. However the system is under increasing pressure from an ageing population, chronic disease and health inequity, and the health budget continues to rise. We need to focus on value and innovation to further improve health outcomes; ensure safe and high quality services; improve patient experience; and drive clinical and financial performance. 

Why your views matter

Public submissions are the first step in ensuring all Western Australians, including our patients, our community, our workforce and our partners, can contribute to the Sustainable Health Review and help us to shape the future of our health system.

All members of the community – individuals and organisations, are encouraged to provide a submission.

We encourage you to contribute to the future vision for health in Western Australia.We encourage you to contribute to the future vision for health in Western Australia.


  • Consumers
  • External Agencies
  • WA Health services and staff
  • State government agencies
  • Non-government organisations
  • Peak bodies and associations
  • Local governments
  • Research institutions
  • Universities
  • Contracted service providers
  • Aboriginal health
  • Health professionals
  • Health workforce
  • Primary Care
  • Researchers
  • Policy
  • Planning
  • Allied Health
  • Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Aboriginal Health
  • Carers
  • Consumer
  • Medicare Local
  • Midwife
  • Non Government Organisations
  • Population Health
  • Prevention Professionals
  • Policy
  • Planning
  • Primary Care Teams
  • Researchers
  • Academics
  • External agencies


  • Consumer/carer/community engagement