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KPMG Australia provides professional services to organisations across a wide range of industry, government and civil society sectors with service areas such as: Audit, Assurance & Risk Consulting; Deals, Tax, & Legal; Management Consulting; and our mid-market practice, KPMG Enterprise. We employ over 10,000 people, and ESG is one of the main strategic focus areas for KPMG, with reconciliation, climate action and mental health being at the centre of our sustainability strategy. 

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Interite Healthcare Interiors is a healthcare focused interior design firm with our own experienced and dedicated in-house construction team of registered builders and project managers. For over 20 years we have been servicing some of Australia's leading healthcare providers. We are committed to designing and building spaces that empower healthcare professionals to deliver an outstanding service and experience to their patients. Interite Healthcare Interiors is a truly multidimensional company as we combine our consultative, strategic and architectural expertise with our highly regarded building, construction and project management services. Our business model ensures the design and build process is seamless for our clients, with every project delivered on time, to budget and exceeding the client's expectations. If you want to be assured of your healthcare project's outcome, trust Interite Healthcare Interiors as your project partner. Contact 1800 973 236 or email info@interitehealthcare.com.au.

Q-bita Healthcare Solutions is a world-class flexible healthcare infrastructure provider headquartered in the UK with offices in Australia, The Netherlands and Sweden. Q-bital provides high-quality and sustainable healthcare solutions, with bespoke mobile and modular facilities designed to address the unique needs of each healthcare system. Facilities can be bespoke to client specifications, including but not limited to, operating theatres, surgical hubs, Community Diagnostic Centres (CDC), endoscopy suites, decontamination and sterilisation facilities, wards, clinics and Minor Injuries Units (MIU).
Q-bital mobile and modular healthcare facilities offer specialist integrated clinical environments in which a range of procedures can be performed, including orthopaedics, ophthalmology, endoscopy, and more.
The Q-bital purpose is to assist healthcare providers in increasing patient and clinical capacity, helping to reduce waiting times for procedures. Facilities can be used in both planned and emergency situations.

QIAGEN is the leading global provider of Sample to Insight solutions to transform biological materials into valuable molecular insights. QIAGEN sample technologies isolate and process DNA, RNA and proteins from blood, tissue and other materials. Assay technologies make these biomolecules visible and ready for analysis. Bioinformatics software and knowledge bases interpret data to report relevant, actionable insights. Automation solutions tie these together in seamless and cost-effective molecular testing workflows. QIAGEN provides these workflows to more than 500,000 customers around the world in Molecular Diagnostics (human healthcare), Applied Testing (forensics, veterinary testing and food safety), Pharma (pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies) and Academia (life sciences research).

Winya is a multi-award winning majority Indigenous owned furniture company;  the only Australian company awarded by the United Nations for leadership in the  Sustainable Development Goals. 
Winya specialises in commercial furniture design and manufacture,  including in to Hospitals and has a strong product innovation and development focus, coupled with an employment model  for Indigenous Australians across its supply chain.
Winya will be showing a prototype of a remote area health solution and some of it’s newer healthcare seating.
Winya was created by Debbie Barwick and Greg Welsh  in 2015 to create genuine Indigenous empowerment, in a new manufacturing model that links Australian furniture manufacturers, Indigenous trainees, remote Indigenous communities and even trainee programs in TAFE and Prison.
Our major healthcare projects include $1m fit our works at  Gosford Hospital, Canberra Hospital and many others.

At Telstra Health, we work to improve lives through digitally-enabled care for our community. Our purpose drives us as we strive to realise a connected and improved digital health experience for all. 
By providing software products, solutions and platforms, we work with care providers in the hospital, health service, pharmacy, and aged and disability care sectors to connect health information, clinicians and consumers.
Our clinical and administrative systems, health data analytics, population health solutions, and information exchange platforms help providers to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of the healthcare they deliver. We also help enable clinicians to deliver care in new ways through our telehealth and consumer solutions.
At Telstra Health, we have an ongoing commitment to support to the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples through the health, aged care and social services we work with.

The National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) is an initiative of the Australian Government, administered by Diabetes Australia. The purpose of the NDSS is to support self-management for all Australians affected by any type of diabetes. This is achieved by providing timely and affordable access to subsidised diabetes products, trusted information, resources and support programs to help people understand and manage their diabetes. Registration is free and open to people with diabetes with a Medicare card.

Founded in 1978, the Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (GRAMS) has come a long way since its humble beginnings in Beachlands. Today equipped with a mission to provide high quality and progressive health care to Aboriginal people. GRAMS has grown to provide over 26,000 episodes of care to clients across the Midwest, Murchison and Gascoyne regions. 

Today, GRAMS provides quality health services to an average of 600 patients each week. GRAMS is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (ACCHO), offering affordable and culturally appropriate health services. 
Primarily through resident and mobile services, GRAMS work collaboratively with service providers to offer a range of comprehensive primary health care programs, with outreach services in Mt Magnet and Carnarvon. These outreach services are known as GRAMS Murchison Outreach Service and Gascoyne Outreach Service.
At its core, GRAMS believes in promoting healthy lifestyles, social and emotional wellbeing and early interventions, through its services and programs. 
  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Child Health and Immunzations
  • Dental Health
  • Diabetic Clinic
  • General Consultation
  • Hearing and Eye Health
  • Patient Transport
  • Physiotherapy
  • Psychologist
  • Respiratory Clinic
  • Sexual Health
  • Social and Emotional Wellbeing
  • Youth Health
  • Bringing Them Home
  • Deadly Cru
  • Integrated Team Care
  • Transitional Care Program
  • NDIS
  • Maga Barndi Social & Emotional Wellbeing Support, including Suicide Prevention
  • Tacking Indigenous Smoking
  • WA Centre for Rural Health Student Program
  • Environmental Health
  • Elders Group
  • Rural Health West Outreach Program
  • Health Promotion
GRAMS provides gainful employment to over 182 permanent and casual staff members, including Aboriginal Health Practitioners, Nurses, General Practitioners, Receptionists, Program Coordinators, Aboriginal Liaison Officers, Transport Officers, Educators, Engagement Officers and Administrative staff, both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal. 

Cancer Council believes in a cancer free future. It is the only organisation that works across every area of every cancer: research, prevention, advocacy, information and support. 
Our unique combination of local program delivery, community engagement and national influence enables everyone who cares about reducing the impact of cancer to make the biggest possible difference
Closing the gap is core to Cancer Council NSW’s mission – we can’t defeat cancer until we have addressed the issue of cancer in Aboriginal people.

LivingWorks Australia is a mission-driven organisation with an industry-leading approach to suicide prevention: we want to empower everyone to play a role. Building on the success of the existing LivingWorks ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) workshop - the global gold standard in suicide prevention training - I-ASIST was co-designed with Indigenous leadership and consultation, and created specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. I-ASIST provides a culturally relevant framework for participants to learn how to provide a suicide first-aid intervention, work with someone to develop a personalised safety plan, and connect with further help. More recently, under the guidance of National Indigenous Training Manager Tegan Schefe, LivingWorks has developed SafeYARN, an adaptation of the half-day SafeTALK program, which provides skills-based training in identification and referral of individuals experiencing thoughts of suicide. LivingWorks Australia works with a number of Indigenous organisations across the country to deliver I-ASIST and SafeYARN, including Thirilli Ltd, Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC), The Thompson Institute at the University of Queensland, HealingWorks Australia and more.