ATSICHS Brisbane is Queensland’s longest-serving CCHS, formed by a small group of community members and health professionals in the early 1970s. It is now one of the largest community organisations in Queensland.
Kalwun has provided both health services and a comprehensive range of community-based services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population of the Gold Coast since 1994. Kalwun operates health clinics in Miami and Bilinga and opened South East Queensland’s first health and wellbeing hub at Coomera in 2019.
Formed in the late 1970s by a group of local residents, Kambu provides health and family wellbeing services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population of Ipswich and surrounds. Kambu also manages a Child and Family Service Centre, located within its Ipswich clinic.
Yulu Burri-Ba commenced in 1984 with a weekly visiting service to Dunwich on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island). The health service now includes new clinics in Capalaba and Wynnum and has recently completed a major refurbishment of the Dunwich clinic.
IUIH directly operates Moreton ATSICHS to deliver health and social support services to the Moreton Bay region. Clinics operate in Caboolture, Morayfield, Strathpine, Deception Bay and Margate. A health and wellbeing hub is planned for Dakabin.
The CEOs of IUIH, Moreton ATSICHS and the four Member Services meet quarterly to support regional governance, service coordination and integration, regional planning and service delivery. The CEO Forum is supported by sub-committees, each of which is chaired by a different CEO and has a membership comprising IUIH and each Member Service: