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Queensland Statewide Health Services Plan 2007-2012

Australia Queensland Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Queensland 31 December 2007 Policy document health service

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A plan for health services planning and delivery in the state of Queensland. The Queensland Statewide Health Services Plan 2007–2012 has been developed to provide a framework for the effective and efficient delivery of health services to Queenslanders. It also details some of the challenges our State faces – our ageing population, increasing interstate migration, the distribution of Queenslanders throughout this vast State and the changing patterns of health needs.

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