Mappa is a free-to-use online mapping platform developed by the Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia (AHCWA) and its 23 Members Services, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS).
This platform was developed to address the lack of clarity (at all levels) in regards to health care services being delivered across rural, remote and metro regions throughout WA.
Mappa provides comprehensive, culturally appropriate and reliable information for health services, health professionals, clients, patients and their communities.
The unique functions on Mappa will help people, and their communities, to better access health service as close as possible to family, home, and, country.
Once you are on the map of WA you will be able to access more detailed information regarding health services:
By using your mouse - If you hover over an icon the location name of the health service will appear.
Click on the Location Name – once you click on the health service name, a tab will appear on the left hand side of the page with more details regarding the health service.
AHCWA and its Member ACCHS would like to acknowledge and thank the following organisations for their support and funding.
Additional funding for the Mappa Project was received from: