What We Do

At the Inner East Primary Care Partnership we make a difference to the health of the inner east community by leading, collaborating and advocating for strong partnership work across the region, supporting organisations with information and resources to improve evidence-based practice, and by working closely with government in order to align regional priorities for collective impact.

Our work focuses on a number of key priorities that have been identified through our strategic planning process as important issues within our community. These priorities address the major challenges in our region:

  • Prevention and Population Health
  • Early Intervention and Integrated Care
  • Working with Communities
  • Aboriginal Health and Wellbeing

By bringing organisations together to respond to shared issues and priorities we can have a bigger impact. This may involve leading the work and acting as the backbone organisation or, as with our work in the Prevention of Violence against Women, supporting an existing partnership by bringing our particular expertise to the table.

Work on each priority is informed by rigorous needs analysis, collaboration, and ongoing consultation with our partner agencies.

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.