“Here is the place for health”
Nidjalla Waangan Mia was established in 2010 to help meet the needs of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Peel region by providing Culturally Appropriate Health and Wellbeing Services.
Services include a Nurse led GP clinic, Integrated Team Care including an outreach worker and Transport Officer. The centre also offers Wellness Programs Including Cooking and Healthy Lifestyle, Podiatry clinics, and a visiting Paediatrician.
Mainstream general practices and health organisations can refer eligible ATSI clients in to the relevant programs being delivered through Nidjalla Waangan Mia. Please ring for enquiries.
- George Walley: Regional Communication Manager
- Kerry Cabassi: Practice Manager/Program Manager
- Kim Wilkinson: Community Development/Family Support/Indigenous Health Program Officer
- Ashley Dadliffe: Program Support Worker
- Travis Thomas: Outreach Aboriginal Health Worker
- Donna Ninyette: Practice Nurse
- Natalie Newman: Practice Nurse
- Laura Milligan: Practice Nurse
- Debbie James: RN/Care Coordinator
- Ava Ives: Aboriginal Outreach Worker
- Deborah Phillips: Aboriginal Maternity Support Worker
- Kate Dyson: Dentist
- Alison Szczyrbiak: Dental Assistant
- Greg Nelson: Transport liaison officer
- Michelle Pickett: Receptionist/Administration Officer
- Brenda Grandison: Receptionist/Administration Officer.
112 Lakes Road Mandurah, WA 6210
Opening times: 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday
GPs are available Monday to Friday
For appointments and enquiries:
T: (08) 9586 4580
F: Not available at the moment
We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of this land, and pay respect to Noongar Elders past, present and future for they hold the cultural knowledge and aspirations to overcome adversities.
Regional Communication Manager: