Ngaanyatjarra Health Service (NHS) Public Web Site.

The NHS was formed in 1985 after the Pitjantjatjara/Ngaanyatjarra Homelands Health Service was recreated as two distinct health services.  We are a community-controlled health service that provides professional and culturally appropriate health care to the Ngaanyatjarra people in Western Australia.

Troopie with swags

NHS works closely with the Ngaanyatjarra people to provide health care and education, encourage sustainable lifestyles through diet and physical wellbeing, and deliver health related training and training facilities for people on the lands.

We provide an extensive range of support and health programmes, including:


Eleven permanent health clinics

A fully equipped dental clinic at Warburton

An 18-bed aged care facility

Home & Community Care (HACC) Program

Electronic patient information and recall system

Environmental Health Program

Tackling Indigenous Smoking

Occupational Therapy


Specialist visits

Child Health

Sexual Health

PHaMs Program