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South Australia's Health Care Plan 2007-2016

SA Health; Government of South Australia Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans South Australia 31 December 2007 Policy document health system

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A Plan to develop and improve the health care system in South Australia.

SA’s Health Care Plan will mean:
• Better coordinated hospital services.
• A responsive health workforce for the future.
• GP Plus Health Care Centres, with more primary health care services.
• More elective surgery.
• Less pressure on emergency departments.
• Improved management of chronic diseases

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