What is Outreach?


What is Outreach?

An outreach service is where a health professional provides a service in a location other than where they principally practice.

The preferred model for outreach is a service provided to rural, regional, remote or very remote communities by service providers travelling to these locations from a larger and less remote town / area.

The purpose of an outreach service is to increase access to services that the community / population / region in question would not normally have. Outreach services are ideally provided in more rural and remote locations where the need for access to services is higher.

If you are interested in providing outreach health services in Tasmania, please contact TAZREACH or visit our 'How to get involved' page to find out more information about the expression of interest process, and to view current vacancies.