Get involved

Your input into the Sustainable Health Review (SHR) matters – the Panel wants to ensure all Western Australians, including our patients, our community, our workforce and our partners, can contribute to the Sustainable Health Review and help shape the future of our health system.

Consultation has been occurring through a series of public forums that have been held in metropolitan and regional areas and a public submission process open to all Western Australians. Summaries of the forum events can be found under latest news on the SHR homepage.

Other events and opportunities will also be held to bring together staff, peak bodies, education and research institutions, not-for-profit organisations, and other key service providers.

Following the release of the Interim Report in 2018, there will be further opportunities to provide input into the Sustainable Health Review. Please keep an eye on this page to find out how you can continue to have your say in 2018.

Written public submissions

Public submissions

Public submissions are now closed.

Thank you to everyone who has made a submission to the Sustainable Health Review.

Following the release of the Interim Report in 2018, there will be another opportunity to have your say. Please keep an eye on this website to see how you can continue to be involved in the Sustainable Health Review.

Public forums

A series of public forums have been held across metropolitan and regional locations. All members of the public were invited to the forums to share their ideas on how to improve and sustain our health service for the future. Summaries from these events can be found under latest news on the SHR homepage.

Public forums were held in the following locations:

Metropolitan

  • North Metropolitan Public Forum – Wembley
  • South Metropolitan Public Forum – Cockburn
  • East Metropolitan Public Forum – Maylands
  • Joondalup Public Forum
  • Mandurah Public Forum

Regional

  • Albany
  • Broome
  • Bunbury
  • Geraldton
  • Kalgoorlie
  • Northam
  • Port Hedland