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Tasmania's Health Plan

Tasmanian Government, Australia Department of Health and Human Services Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Tasmania 21 December 2007 Policy document dementia, mental health service

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Tasmania’s Health Plan provides a blueprint for the future integrated development of:
• primary health services, currently delivered through community health centres and small rural health facilities; and
• acute health services, currently delivered through the major acute public hospitals (the Royal
Hobart Hospital, the Launceston General Hospital and the North West Regional Hospital
Burnie and Mersey campuses).

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