Primary Care Partnership

… a voluntary alliance of primary care providers
in the Campaspe area


Service Integration

Priorities for the four year plan include:

  • Health equity- strengthening service provider knowledge, skills and resources related to vulnerable and disadvantaged groups
  • Access - better access for people to navigate and be supported to the appropriate services with a focus on vulnerable and disadvantaged populations
  • Service Integration - facilitate how various parts of the system integrate with each other in the context of current and future health and social reforms

Prevention & Health Promotion

Prevention and Health Promotion funded organisations, and Campaspe Shire Council will work with local partners to align activities for collective impact across Campaspe. Priorities for the four year plan include;

  • Healthy eating active living
  • Prevention of family violence through gender equity
  • Reducing harm from alcohol and other drugs
  • Mental health


The Volunteering project aims to build capacity of local community and health organisations by developing a shared approach to organisational structures, supports, training, recruitment and retention of volunteers. It also plans to minimise duplication through collaboration and sharing of best practice approaches to ensure consistency of service across the Murray Campaspe area. It will also identify strategies to enhance promotion and recognition of volunteers within the local area.

Aboriginal Health

Supported by our local Aboriginal Health Partnership Group. This group’s key focus is to improve the health status of local aboriginal people in Campaspe, particularly related to smoking cessation, spiritual and mental wellbeing, education and employment, early years and promoting culture.


Campaspe PCP promote and apply social inclusion principles throughout partnership activity and actively use the Rural Social Inclusion framework to build capacity of services to implement socially inclusive practices. We also implemented a Socially Inclusive Communities project in 2015-2015 designed to challenge the culture and stereotypes perpetuating socially exclusive practices in the communities of Murray and Campaspe. The goal of the project was “To build resilience, acceptance and cohesiveness within the communities of Murray and Campaspe to promote inclusion and participation for all”.

Supporting Vulnerable Children and Families

For more informaiton on the Campase Core Competency Project and the Healthcare That Counts Project please see our Service Integration page under the Key Priorites tab.


Campaspe Primary Care Partnership acknowledges the traditional owners on whose land we live and work, their rich culture and spiritual connection to country. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and celebrate their living culture and unique role in the life of our catchment.


Emma Brentnall

Executive Officer 5484 4489 0419 834 645

Beck Crawford

Administration and Communication Officer 5484 4485 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday)

Alma Limbrick

Volunteer Project Coordinator 5484 4490 (Monday, Tuesday)

Tracie Pearson

Project Manager - Service Integration and Health Promotion 5484 4304 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday)

Ashley Watson

Healthier Campaspe Project Manager 5484 44367 (Monday)

Tracey Farrell

Campaspe Core Competency Project Manager 5484 44367 (Tuesday and Wednesday)


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