G21 Health & Wellbeing Pillar
The G21 Health & Wellbeing (HWB) Pillar provides a forum for organisations with an interest in the region’s health and wellbeing to work together on strategic priorities.
As the region’s Primary Care Partnership (auspiced by G21), the Pillar supports healthy places, people and coordinated care through a clear vision, purpose, strategic directions and governance system.
The HWB Strategic Plan (2017-18) guides the Pillar's priority areas for collaborative effort; healthier eating and active living, promoting gender equity, improving social connectedness and mental health and wellbeing, capacity building and leadership. For details about how the Pillar is structured, view our 2019 Reframing document.
Communities in the G21 region will enjoy a high quality of life, achieved through inclusion, participation, creativity and vibrant, collaborative partnerships.
Our Mission & Shared Purpose
Working together collectively, we will improve the health and wellbeing outcomes for G21 communities.
We work with our G21 Health and Wellbeing partners by:
- building capacity and leadership at all levels
- adopting whole of population and place-based approaches
- committing to meaningful community engagement with those most impacted
- stimulating a culture of action, reflection, experimentation and a focus on outcomes
- believing in working together with trust, transparency, respect and having social justice and equity at our core
Our strategic priorities help focus our efforts and drive the work of the Health and Wellbeing Pillar. For our current strategy these are:
- Encourage healthier eating and active living
- Gender Equity
- Improve social connectedness, mental health and wellbeing
- Capacity building and leadership
- Measuring our progress.
Primary Care Partnerships (PCPs)
As the region’s Primary Care Partnership, the G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services. This provides staff to strengthen collaboration and integration across sectors to maximise health and wellbeing outcomes, promote health equity and minimise unnecessary hospital presentations and admissions. To find out more about what PCPs do, view the VicPCP infographic.
There are 28 PCPs across Victoria. For further information, click here.
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