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Sorry Business

Sorry Business is the term used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to describe the mourning period when a family member dies and all responsibilities that follow in accordance with traditional lore and custom. The end stage of life is a very sensitive and significant time for patients and their loved one. Read more

Aboriginal Liaison Officers

Aboriginal Liaison Officers help you and your families better understand your care requirements, hospital needs, and treatment options. They can also help you talk to health professionals so that you can understand medical procedures and routines and participate actively in decisions about your care. Read more

About Us

Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) Aboriginal Health Unit would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which our health services have been built, the Dharug and the Gundungurra peoples. We honour and pay our respects to their ancestors. Read more

Close the Gap

We are working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their communities, organisations, and businesses to implement the National Agreement of Closing the Gap. Read more

Contact Us

We value your feedback and welcome any questions, concerns, or comments relating to our programs, services or employees. Read more

Story of our Aboriginal motif or artwork

Our past respected, our future stronger. Read more