Aboriginal Health Service Inc.
Respecting Culture, Acknowledging Diversity
WELCOME TO NUNYARA ABORIGINAL HEALTH SERVICE
The word Nunyara means ‘Restored to health’ and comes from the language spoken by the Barngarla people, traditional owners.
Nunyara was established in 2002 with the objective to promote the health and wellbeing of the Aboriginal Community by providing responsive primary health care services and to provide facilities for the delivery of a range of health, welfare, education and recreation services to improve the health and wellbeing of the Aboriginal Community through collaboration and partnerships with other agencies. Nunyara has a commitment to involve local Aboriginal people in planning and decision making and will empower individuals, families and the Community to take increased responsibility for their own health.
Nunyara is an Aboriginal Medical Centre and is committed to meeting community needs by providing culturally appropriate primary health care and health promotion programs for the Aboriginal community in Whyalla, as well as education and advice to help families access the services they need from government and mainstream services.
Current News and Events
Stay safe, get vaccinated!
Nunyara is now offering Covid-19 Pfizer vaccinations for 5-11 year olds, while still providing vaccinations for adults and over 12s. Walk-in clinics are on now – watch our deadly video here. For more information about Covid vaccination please visit here or come and have a yarn to one of our friendly staff!
News & Events from Nunyara
ANNUAL STI SCREENING EVENT
5th September to the 14th of October
Are you aged between 16 and 39? If so, talk to our staff about booking in for a free STI screen. Vouchers will be provided for all eligible (16-39) participants.
Nunyara received confirmation of Registration as a Provider from the Quality and Safeguards Commission on the 3rd August. This means that we are a registered Provider under Section 73E of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Act (2013).