UPDATE as of Friday 20th November 2020
With recent sudden changes to the SA lockdown, it is important to understand for the continuity of service to the community, YADU HEALTH ABORIGINAL CORPORATION will remain restricted for a further week from Monday 23rd – Friday 27th November 2020. We acknowledge some clients will need to come into the Clinic.
The following must be adhered to for the safety of our community and each other:
Walk in’s will be asked to go back to their vehicles and call in
Telehealth will be encouraged and can be arranged with Dr Mpangula and Dr Ahmed
Please ensure correct use of hand sanitiser on entry into the clinic
Temperature check and COVID-19 screening questions will be asked by reception staff
Please click on the link below to keep up to date with the daily changes to SA lockdown and COVID-19 updates
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are warned that this site may contain images and/or videos of deceased peoples.
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge the land of the Far West Coast Aboriginal Peoples, the Kokatha, the Mirning and the Wirangu Peoples; the Traditional Owners and custodians of this Far West Coast region. We respect their Elders past and present. We respect their history, culture and ancient knowledge and we acknowledge that their beliefs and practices are just as relevant today to the living traditional owners. Through our actions we will respect their cultural heritage and ongoing connection to these lands and waters.
YADU AT A GLANCE
Yadu Health Aboriginal Corporation is a non-profit community controlled Aboriginal health service that was first established in 1978.
We currently run programs out of five sites: Clinic and Sobering Up Unit in Ceduna, Seaview Village in Thevenard, Koonibba Outreach Clinic (based at Koonibba Aboriginal Community) and Scotdesco Outreach Clinic (based at Scotdesco Aboriginal Community).
The core business of Yadu is to provide a primary health service to the Aboriginal community of Ceduna, Koonibba and the surrounding district through the provision of doctors (GPs), nurses, visiting specialists, and supporting Aboriginal health workers whose principal activity is in promoting the prevention or control of diseases through providing a range of high quality services designed to improve the wellness and health of Aboriginal people.
“Yadu has a wonderful depth of leadership united in their commitment to invest in their people, systems and infrastructure to drive innovation and deliver the best results for their community”
Shane Webster, Jawun General Manager, Regions
Clinic hours: 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday
1 Eyre Highway
PO Box 314
Ceduna SA 5690 Australia
p. 08 8626 2500
f. 08 8626 2530