Aboriginal Hospital Liaison Officers Liverpool Hospital

The Aboriginal Hospital Liaison Officer provides emotional, social and cultural support to Aboriginal patients and their families. Some of the ways they do this is:

• Assisting with admission and discharge planning

• Liaising with health employees on behalf of patients and families

• Providing information about hospital services

• Assisting Aboriginal patients to understand hospital procedures

• Help patients to access services in the community that may help with their health and wellbeing

• Provide information on support networks for patients and their carers

• Promoting Aboriginal cultural understanding to all employees

• Aboriginal Liaison Officers provide a link between Aboriginal people and mainstream health services.

• Aboriginal Liaison Officers are able to provide emotional, culturally and social support

Liverpool NSW 2170
Phone02 8738 6779
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The District has approximately 11,200 residents identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background, with Aboriginal communities residing across the Local Health District and many others who come for treatment at the District's facilities from regional areas.

View SWSLHD Aboriginal Health Unit Service Directory here https://www.swslhd.health.nsw.gov.au/pdfs/AH-ServiceDirectory.pdf