Page 2036 - Week 06 - Thursday, 9 June 2022

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Financial Year

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*Please note that in October 2018, ACTHD and CHS separated to become two different directorates and HC at this time was split.

A list of each service change to the level of data granularity requested is not currently available and would be an unreasonable diversion of resources to provide the amount of detail requested. Recent examples of service changes include:

The Inner-North Walk-in Centre has been closed temporarily and staff redirected to COVID, this has resulted in no job losses.

The Chronic Diseases Unit has redirected staff to support the Acute Medical Unit, this has resulted in no job losses.

Information about funding can be found in the ACT Government Budget Papers as per the above link. Many services are not funded at the service unit level.

Information about service changes may also be found in the Annual Reports for CHS and the ACT Health Directorate.

(3) (a) Please refer to Attachment A for a list of all health services which are not run by the ACT Government but are funded by ACTHD.

In addition, the funding and provision of services at Calvary Public Hospital Bruce (CPHB) is governed by the legal contract known as the Calvary Network Agreement (CNA), which came into effect in February 2012, superseding prior arrangements. The CNA establishes Calvary Health Care ACT Ltd (Calvary) as a service provider of the ACT Local Hospital Network (ACT LHN) for the services it provides at CPHB.

The CNA sets out the requirements for annual Performance Plans between the Directorate and Calvary and for the financial year 2021-22 CPHB received $261 million in funding.

CPHB have been in operation providing health services in the ACT since May 1979 when an agreement between the Commonwealth Government and Corporation of the Little Company of Mary was reached in October 1971 to construct and operate a public hospital.

(b) CPHB is a fully accredited general public hospital and a teaching hospital. CPHB operates several outpatient clinics and other services, including:

cancer services


critical care


voluntary inpatient mental health services

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