Elizabeth Downs

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28 Brady Street, Elizabeth Downs SA 5113

(08) 8254 9287
Business Summary
Aboriginal Health & Community Services
About Us

Our name was adopted from the dialects of the two largest clans in the southern region - Ngarrindjeri and Narungga to represent the community, the services and the spirit in which they are provided. It means 'Working together' and proclaims our belief of one community sharing a united vision for the future.

This simple belief has seen Nunkuwarrin Yunti at the forefront of initiatives to improve the health, life expectancy and lifestyle prospects for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We work with the community, our staff and other organisations to improve and expand our service delivery.

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Client Information

Any information that you share with us is kept in a secure place. We are legally required to keep your information confidential. If you would like to know more about our privacy policy, you can read our 'Privacy of Your Personal Information' Brochure. The brochure is available at both our clinics and also on our downloads page.

Getting the results of your tests or procedures

Your Care Provider (for example your doctor, health worker or nurse) will advise you when your results will be available and how to find out about your results. Unfortunately we cannot send any medical information to you by email.

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What We Do

Working to Increase Access to Services

A western style of health care and the predominance of non-Indigenous health professionals have largely worked against effective health care for Aboriginal people.  Nunkuwarrin Yunti is, therefore, committed to providing culturally appropriate health care and community support services, and to influencing and overcoming barriers for Aboriginal people.

We are working in partnership with a number of organisations to increase access for Aboriginal people to a broader range of services including:

  • Adelaide University for dental health care
  • Aboriginal Housing Unit to establish cross-referral systems for coordinated care
  • Forensic Health Services to provide a service to Aboriginal people in custody

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