Our vision is a health system that fully integrates allied health care across the primary, acute and tertiary sectors and in which all Australian health consumers can access the allied health services they need regardless of their background, location or socioeconomic status.
Our mission is to represent and advocate for the role and value of allied health professions in Australia. We do that by providing a unified voice that can provide effective advice about allied health to governments and other key health stakeholders and by working to raise awareness of important issues for the sector.
AHPA has an important strategic leadership role. Our work is informed and guided by our experienced Board of Governance and supported by a small and dedicated team.Governance
Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA) has 21 allied health association members and a further 6 organisation friends. Our members represent individual allied health professions, performing a range of roles on behalf of their individual allied health professional members.
Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA) strives to ensure that the interests of the allied health sector are represented appropriately. We have a range of working groups and committees that ensure we have the structures in place to provide informed advocacy where required.
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