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Welcome to Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation's new website


We are expanding our website and currently testing new features with user friendly options for everyone. Information for all of our services and programs will be updated and added to the website on a regular basis. We apologise for any inconvenienced caused.


All services and programs are running as per usual.



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    Tharawal Aboriginal Medical Services

The medical clinic has a mix of Full Time and Part Time General Practitioners. The clinic implements Tharawal’s vision of excellence in preventative health care in the form of using the health assessments as a screening tool for providing comprehensive care for our community.
Services include;

Dentistry

Cardiology

Dr Aiden O’Loughlin

Endocrinology

Dr Carmen Wong

Immunology

Professor Brad Frankum

Renal Medicine

Professor Annemarie Hennessey

Orthopaedic Surgery

Dr Chandra Dave

Paediatrics

Dr Andrew MacDonald, Dr Shanti Raman

Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery

Dr Simon Greenburg, Dr Peter Corlette

From the Allied Health Team

Nursing, Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Psychology-Lynette Toms, Hearing Clinic, Diabetic Nurse Educator, Podiatry, Dietetics and Acupuncture

and more


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"Children's Meeting Place"

Oorunga Wandarrah at the MACS Centre, provides high quality long day care to families within the Campbelltown LGA, with priority access for Aboriginal families. It is available for children as young as 6 weeks of age to 5 years of age, ahs the capacity for up to 39 children per day and operates from 8am-5pm Monday to Friday.


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Djurali means
'live well, live healthy'

and aims to help you make important lifestyle changes in order to prevent the development or to help reduce the complications of chronic disease. Sophia Malie, an accredited dietician, and an accredited exercise physiologist help to oversee and run the various Djurali programs.


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Bringing Them Home

Bringing Them Home is a program aimed at providing personal case management for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and decendants who are survivors of the Stolen Generation in an effort to improve social and emotional welbeing. Along with case management, BTH also provides councilling, support groups and referral to other services.


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Dhiiyaan Brighter Futures

Dhiiyaan Brighter Futures aims to provide cultural and social support to vulnerable families and children who would benifit from engaging with Tharawal, support services and community. An emphasis is placed on early intervention, to promote healthy development in children.



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Waranwarin
Tharawal Early Child and Family Centre

Waranwarin is an integrated Aboriginal Early Childhood and Family Centre located in Minto. It is available for aboriginal children ages 0-8 years living in the Campbelltown LGA as well as their families and carers.


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