SEMPHN compiles Needs Assessments each year. These documents provide information on the population profile of the SEMPHN catchment and identify the specific health needs of our communities across South Eastern Melbourne. Having access to timely population, health and service usage data at a local level provides greater depth to profiling the catchment, service demands and utilisation and enables initiatives to be targeted to populations that demonstrate higher rates of need.
- SEMPHN Health Needs Assessment 2015
- SEMPHN Health Needs Assessment 2016
- SEMPHN Health Needs Assessment 2017
- SEMPHN Health Needs Assessment 2018
- SEMPHN Mental Health Needs Assessment 2015
- SEMPHN Mental Health Needs Assessment 2016
- SEMPHN Mental Health Needs Assessment 2017
- SEMPHN Mental Health Needs Assessment 2018
- SEMPHN Psycho-Social Needs Assessment 2018
- SEMPHN AOD Health Needs Assessment 2015
- SEMPHN AOD Health Needs Assessment 2016
- SEMPHN AOD Health Needs Assessment 2017
- SEMPHN AOD Health Needs Assessment 2018
- Catchment demographic briefing
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