Centre for Aboriginal Health
Role and Responsibility
The Centre for Aboriginal Health (CAH) is an executive unit within NSW Health. It is responsible for policy development and strategic planning to address health inequities between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people and improve the health status of Aboriginal people in NSW.
The activities of the Centre for Aboriginal Health are based on the key Aboriginal health principles of a whole-of-life view of health, self-determination, working in partnership, cultural understanding and recognition of trauma and loss.
The CAH has a four-unit structure with responsibilites shared between: