The South West Aboriginal Medical Service supports Aboriginal health through tailored programs and services. These include:

COVID-19 Information

Information to help you plan for and understand COVID-19   Health Care Professional Only Referral Form   For General Enquires Call 13COVID (132 68 43) For…

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Kalil Mordidjabiny (Home becoming strong)

Kalil Mordidjabiny (Home becoming strong) – TCP The Kalil Mordidjabiny (Home becoming strong) / Transition Care Program (TCP) is a time-limited, goal-orientated program designed to improve or…

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We currently offer a range of general health services and employ a number of GPs, Aboriginal health practitioners, Aboriginal health workers, Indigenous outreach workers and Nurses to ensure or clients feel comfortable and welcome at our clinics.

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Disability Services

Here at SWAMS, we have 3 teams working to help clients and community members with disabilities. Each team works in different areas, with different programs. Please…

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We‘re always searching for amazing people to join our team. The South West Aboriginal Medical Service (SWAMS) aims to provide rewarding career opportunities in the not-for-profit…

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Community Programs

SWAMS proudly supports and delivers a range of cultural and community events throughout the year to promote not only physical but social, emotional and community wellbeing.

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Kaat Darabiny – Mental Health Team

Special and unique strengths exist in our Mob’s culture, the ability to have a good yarn is one of those major strengths. Our Mental Health team are here to walk and talk with you.

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Did you know that poor dental and oral health links directly to physical and mental health? SWAMS offers clients Dental services every Thursday from 9am – 5pm. Click here to find out more.

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Child & Maternal Health

SWAMS Boodjari Moort provides culturally safe health care and support for our pregnant mums, bubs and children.

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We offer a transport service for eligible clients who have an appointment at our clinic or a specialist appointment with another provider. We also offer transportation to and from some of our programs and events. Click here for more information.

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SWAMS is the only Aboriginal Medical Service in the South West Region. SWAMS operates its main clinic in Bunbury in the South West of WA, and has outreach clinics throughout Wardandi and Noongar Boodjar.

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Chronic Conditions

Chronic diseases are major contributors to the mortality gap between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other Australians. SWAMS can help.

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