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Tasmania has top breast screening services

Photo (L-R): Dr Julie Thompson, Chair, BreastScreen Australia National Quality Management Committee; Gail Ward, Director, BreastScreen Tasmania; Hon Elise Archer MP Tasmanian women are receiving the highest quality breast screening services in Australia, according to the nation’s accreditation body.BreastScreen Tasmania were... more

LGH Masterplan Public Submissions Open

Community and service providers have the opportunity to provide their view on the LGH Masterplan.... more

Bushfire smoke and your health

Public Health is warning Tasmanians that exposure to smoke during the bushfire season can seriously harm health.People with asthma or... more

Whooping cough cases in North East

Public Health Services is urging people in North East Tasmania to check they are up-to-date with their pertussis (whooping cough)... more

Mental Health Act 2013-2020 Review closing soon

Be quick - have your sayReminder: the closing date for responses is Friday, 8 NovemberPeople with lived experience of mental... more


Bushfire Smoke and Your Health

Smoke from bushfires can harm your health by reducing the quality of the air you breathe.

LGH Masterplan

Submissions are now open to provide the community and service providers with the opportunity to provide their view on the Launceston General Hospital Masterplan - a vision for the Launceston General Hospital health precinct.

Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards 2020

The Tasmanian Public Sector Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards are now open.

My Health Record

My Health Record is an electronic summary of an individual’s key health information.


Meningococcal disease is a rare but serious illness. If you suspect that you or someone you care for may have Meningococcal seek emergency medical treatment immediately.


The roll out to the full National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) commenced on 1 July 2016.

One State, One Health System; Better Outcomes

The State Government has announced changes to the way health is structured and administered in Tasmania.