Contact Miwatj Health

Head Office Location
Lot 1425 Arnhem Road, Nhulunbuy NT
Phone 08 8939 1900
Facsimile 08 8987 1670
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 4:30 pm
Closed Public Holidays

Health Centre Service Locations

Barra Ward:

Galiwin’ku Health Centre
Lot 600 Burmala Rd, Galiwin’ku NT 0822
Phone 08 8970 5800
Facsimile 08 8970 9292
Operating Hours:
8am – 4:30pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8am – 12pm Wednesday

Ngalkanbuy Wellbeing Centre
106 Gakuda St, Galiwin’ku NT 0822
Phone 08 8970 7500
Facsimile 08 8987 9061
Operating Hours:
8am – 4:30pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8am – 12pm Wednesday

Malmaldharra Health Centre
Lot 37 Madmungun Rd, Milingimbi NT 0822
Phone 08 8987 9903
Facsimile 08 8987 9940
Operating Hours:
8am – 4:30pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8am – 12pm Wednesday

Ramingining Clinic
Lot 19 17 Milbrim Road, Ramingining NT 0822
Phone 08 8979 7923
Facsimile 08 8979 7930
Operating Hours:
8am – 4:30pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8am – 12pm Wednesday

Bulunu Ward:

Nhulunbuy Clinic
Lot 1424 Arnhem Rd, Nhulunbuy NT 0880
Phone 08 8939 1999
Facsimile 08 8987 3355
Operating Hours:
8am – 4pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8am – 12pm Friday

Yirrkala Clinic
144 Rankine Rd, Yirrkala NT 0880
Phone 08 8987 2650
Facsimile 08 8987 3470
Operating Hours:
8am – 4pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8am – 12pm Friday

Gunyangara Clinic, also known as Marngarr or Ski Beach
90 Yunupingu Rd, Gunyungara, NT 0880
Phone 08 8987 3800
Facsimile 08 8987 3271
Operating Hours:
8am – 4pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
8am – 12pm Friday

Gapuwiyak Clinic
Lot 96 1Babawuynagumi St, Gapuwiyak NT 0880
Phone 08 8987 9150
Facsimile 08 8987 9121
Operating Hours:
8am – 4:30pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
8am – 12pm Wednesday

 

General enquiries
General telephone enquiries can be directed to our Head Office reception
Phone 08 8939 1900
Email execsec@miwatj.com.au

General correspondence
General correspondence can be mailed to our Head Office
Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation
PO Box 519
Nhulunbuy NT 0881

Financial and general account correspondence can be mailed to our
Finance team
Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation
GPO Box 4322
Darwin NT 0801

Career and employment enquiries
Please contact our HR Team
Email hr@miwatj.com.au
Phone 08 8919 4752

 

Links

Indigenous Health Links
www.who.int/en World Health Organisation
www.amsant.org.au Aboriginal Medical Services Northern Territory
www.kwhb.com.au Katherine West health board Aboriginal Corporation
www.hreoc.gov.au Australian Human Rights Commission
www.health.gov.au/oatsih Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing
www.menzies.edu.au Menzies School of Health Research
www.healthinfonet.ecu.edu.au Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet
http://tobacco.health.usyd.edu.au Tobacco Control Supersite
www.ards.com.au Aboriginal Resource Development Services Inc. Darwin

Local Links
www.dhimurru.com.au North East Arnhem Land management organisation
www.nlc.org.au Northern Land Council
www.yirrkala.com Buku Larrangay Mulka Art Centre at Yirrkala
www.www.yyf.com.au The annual Garma Festival of Traditional Culture
www.cdu.edu.au/yolngustudies Yolngu studies at Charles Darwin University
www.arnhemweavers.com.au Weaving tours to Mapuru
www.lirrwitourism.com.au Lirrwi tourism

Further Reading

  • John Cawte, Healers of Arnhem Land, JB Books, 1996.
  • S. Couzos and R. Murray, Aboriginal Primary Health Care: An Evidence-Based Guide, Oxford University Press, most recent edition.
  • Howard Morphy, Ancestral Connections, Art and an Aboriginal System of Knowledge, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1991.
  • Janice Reid, Sorcerers and Healing Spirits Continuity and Change in an Aboriginal Medical System, Australian National University Press, Canberra, 1983.
  • Nancy M Williams, The Yolngu and Their Land. A System of Land Tenure and the Fight for its Recognition, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, 1986.
  • Nancy M Williams, Two Laws: Managing Disputes in a Contemporary Aboriginal Community, Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, 1987.
  • Richard Trudgeon. Why Warriors Lay Down and Die, Aboriginal Resource Development Services Inc. Darwin www.ards.com.au
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