Health Education & Training Institute (HETI)
Number: +61 2 9844 6551

The Health Education and Training Institute (HETI) is a leading provider of high quality training and education to support more than 110,000 clinical and non-clinical staff, trainers, managers and leaders across the NSW health system.

HETI works with Local Health Districts and Specialty Health Networks, health professionals and other public health organisations across NSW to develop programs that are contemporary, relevant and responsive to the needs of health professionals and patients.

For HETI’s latest news, initiatives and resources visit or join our community on Twitter and LinkedIn.



NSW Health Pathology
Number: +61 2 4920 4000

NSW Health Pathology is Australia’s largest provider of public pathology services.

We create better health and justice systems.

Our pathologists are medically trained clinicians who work in public hospitals and modern laboratories. They’re supported by scientists, technicians and support staff who quickly and accurately assess samples so clinical teams can make the best possible treatment decisions for patients.

NSW Health Pathology:

  • operates more than 60 laboratories
  • has around 200 pathology collection services in NSW public hospitals and community health facilities
  • employs over 4,000 staff
  • conducts and analyses over 61 million tests per year

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Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI)
Number: +61 2 9464 4666

The Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) is the lead agency for innovation in clinical care. We bring consumers, clinicians and healthcare managers together to support the design, assessment and implementation of clinical innovations across the NSW public health system to change the way that care is delivered.

The ACI’s clinical networks, institutes and taskforces are chaired by senior clinicians and consumers who have a keen interest and track record in innovative clinical care. The ACI strives for innovations that are person-centred, clinically-led, evidence-based and value-driven.

The ACI also works closely with the Ministry of Health and the four other pillars of NSW Health to pilot, scale and spread solutions to healthcare system-wide challenges. We seek to improve the care and outcomes for patients by re-designing and transforming the NSW public health system.

Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
Number: 1800 223 226

The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) is the only College in Australia dedicated to rural and remote medicine.

We are accredited by the Australian Medical Council to set professional medical standards for training, assessment, certification and continuing professional development in the specialty of general practice, and are committed to the National Rural Generalists Pathway.

We deliver sustainable, high-quality health services to rural and remote communities by providing:

  • quality education programs which focus on rural generalism
  • strong representation for doctors who serve rural and remote communities
  • support at every career stage from medical student through to Fellow.

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioner Practitioners (RACGP)
Number: 1800 636 764

RACGP Rural is Australia’s largest representative body of rural GPs providing advocacy, education and support for rural and remote communities by: 

  • Contributing to rural health policy reforms and providing a strong voice on key issues
  • Delivering the Fellowship in Advanced Rural General Practice (FARGP)
  • Delivering education activities including webinars and active learning modules (ALMs) to develop or maintain your clinical skills and support lifelong learning
  • Administering the Rural Procedural Grants Program to provide financial assistance for procedural GPs in rural and remote areas to complete education activities
  • Providing a range of guidelines, policies and updates to assist rural registrars and GPs.


Number: 02 6686 3607


We strive to work together with our communities and partners to achieve better health and wellbeing outcomes increasing tobacco awareness and smoking cessation options to support behaviour change.

SolidMOB tackling Indigenous Smoking programs and activities aim to:

  • Raise awareness of the health risk of tobacco use;
  • Promote and support a smoke-free workplace;
  • Develop partnerships to establish a united community-based approach to tobacco control;
  • Create smoke-free environments; eg. Homes and cars 
  • Enhance access to culturally safe smoking cessation opportunities 
  • Support research to build evidence based tobacco outcomes 

SolidMOB runs smoking cessation workshops and engages the community to share information and support so that people are better prepared to stop smoking and also reduce the uptake of smoking.