“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 Communications Manager -Aboriginal Health Service (Peel)
- Kerry Cabassi: Practice Manager
- Kim Wilkinson: Indigenous Health Project Officer (IHPO)
- Ashley Dadliffe: Program Support Officer
- Travis Thomas: Aboriginal Health Worker (Outreach and Clinic)
- Donna Ninyett: Practice Nurse
- Natalie Newman: Practice Nurse
- Laura Slater Horner: Practice Nurse (Maternity Leave)
- Debbie James: RN/Care Coordinator
- Yvonnie Agnew: 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
- Doctor: William Walker
- Doctor: Dana Luscher
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.
Artwork acknowledgement: Artist Profile – Meena (Peta Ugle)
The Nidjalla Waangan Mia logo was developed by Meena many years ago. Meena was born in Subiaco, Western Australia and is currently living in Mandurah. She is a direct descendant of the Bibbullmun tribe, also known as Noongar nation; whose territory stretches to the whole area of the South West of Western Australia. Inspired by her father Coco and other prominent Aboriginal artists, Meena developed her own unique artistic style after being taught to paint, and use other mediums. Meena has lived and travelled throughout Western Australia and the Northern Territory, where she has learnt to incorporate the different techniques to enrich the uniqueness of her artwork. Meena’s artwork reflects her heritage, family, travels and land.
Meena has developed logos and designs for the following Aboriginal Health Services and Programs: East Metropolitan Health Services, Cancer Council WA, Nidjalla Wanngan Mia, Waangkininy Health, Mooditj Nungan Koolongah's and SanDs Funeral Service.