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Ngak Min Health provides comprehensive and culturally appropriate primary health care services to Djarragun College students, their families and the wider community.
Ngak Min Health provides a range of care to Djarragub College students, the general community as well as outreach services.
In the western Cape York language of Wik Mungkan, Ngak Min means ‘healthy water’. Traditionally, Elders would welcome visitors onto Country by placing water from the land on their heads and speaking to the Spirits of the land to acknowledge the presence of the visitors to keep them safe from harm. Our services are here to prevent, protect and heal, like the water of the land.
Ngak Min Health is a bulk-billing practice for the majority of clients.
Our multidisciplinary team provides a range of health, wellbeing and family services to students, their families and the wider community. The team includes healthcare practitioners as well as mental, social, emotional and allied health professionals.
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Since 2019, we have been focussed on tackling the health gap experienced by First Nations people. Being located on a college campus helps us reduce inequalities in health outcomes by developing health-seeking behaviour and giving control to the students and families to make decisions about their own health.