Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association

APNA is the peak professional body for nurses working in primary health care including general practice. With more than 3500 members, APNA provides primary health care nurses with a voice, access to quality continuing professional development, educational resources, support and networking opportunities. APNA continually strives to increase awareness of the role of the primary health care nurses, and to be dynamic and vibrant organisation for its members.

Primary health care is wide ranging and covers many specialist areas including general practice, Aboriginal health, aged care, occupational health and safety, telephone triage, palliative care, sexual health, drug and alcohol issues, women's health, men's health, infection control, chronic disease management, cardiovascular care, immunisation, cancer, asthma, COPD, mental health, maternal and child health, health promotion, care plans, population health, diabetes, wound management and much more.



Ken Griffin, Chief Executive Officer

Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association
Level 2, 159 Dorcas Street
South Melbourne VIC 3205

Tel: 1300 303 184

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