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Our Governance

OAMS is an incorporated not-for-profit Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (ACCHO) under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006. 

OAMS is governed by a representative and skills-based Board of Directors (BoD); including the CEO/Managing Director (MD).

Governance Interface Linkage System

BOARD OF DIRECTORS OACHS Members EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP COMMITTEE CQI, ITC, DIVISIONAL & OPERATIONAL MEETINGS FINANCE, AUDIT & RISK MANAGMENT COMMITTEE BOARD OF DIRECTORS CULTURAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE WORK HEALTH & SAFETY COMMITTEE

Strategic Management Framework

Organisational Objectives

ETHOS

Voice, Health, Wellbeing & Care

VALUES

Courageousness, Respect, Inclusion, Ownership & Safety

VISION

OAMS is the leading regional community healing, wellbeing and care hub of choice

PURPOSE

OAMS is ethical and transparent - giving voice to a culture of safety through integrated services that are sustainable, accessible, responsive, innovative, relevant, embrace diversity, and are ‘ahead of the game’.

Strategy

10-YEAR STRATEGIC DIRECTION AND OBJECTIVES

Voice, Health, Wellbeing & Care

4-YEAR UNIT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

For Healthcare, SEWB, NDIS & AGeded Care, Out-of-Home Care (OOHC), and Early Years, Children & Families.

4-YEAR CORPORATE BUSINESS PARTNER DIVISION PLAN

For Business Enabling and Corporate Governance

Delivery

OUTSTANDING SHARED-LEADERSHIP

SKILLED AND PASSIONATE WORKFORCE

QUALITY AND SAFE SERVICES

GENUINE PARTNERSHIPS

Outcomes

POSITVE CLIENT IMPACT

INCREASED COMMUNITY WELLBEING

SUSTAINABILITY

REALISATION OF VISION AND FULFILLING OUR PURPOSE

Organisational Divisions

OAMS has three organisational divisions encompassing healthcare, diversified services and corporate business partners. Each of these divisions are broken down into specific units and objectives to ensure the strategic direction is met.

Healthcare Division

Medical, Primary & Allied Health Unit

To maintain and increase the quality of and consistent access to medical, primary and allied health care including dental to our population within Orange and surrounds, while assessing potential expansion into other communities.

Social Emotional Wellbeing Unit

To enhance and grow a comprehensive and effective social emotional wellbeing unit that reflects the identified needs of our people in a client-centred, compassionate and responsive manner, which empowers our clients through wellness and mental health, health justice and environmental health services and programmes.

Diversified Services Division

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Out-of-Home Care Unit

To stabilise and secure Yiriyirimbang as an effective, safety-focused, and strength-based provider of Out-of-Home Care for our children, young people and carers; while creating and advocating model opportunities for positive change that facilitates better and robust services to keep families together.

Miyan Wambinya

Medical, Primary & Allied Health Unit

Financially Secure and expand the NDIS team to enable better access to and increased uptake and utilisation of the NDIS by people in our footprint. Establish a Healthy Ageing program within the unit to meet the challenges of an Ageing Population in our footprint.

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Early Years, Children and Families Unit

To establish and build an Aboriginal Child and Family Centre (including childcare) that is multi-functional and responsive; which enhances the strengths of families in meeting key health, welfare and developmental milestones of children in our footprint through a collaborative approach with key stakeholders.

Corporate Business Partners Division

Corporate Governance

To methodically strengthen our strong governance and ensure our decision-making processes are informed by evidence, shared responsibility, transparency and accountability.

Business Enabling

To deliver proactive finance, human resources, compliance and administrative supports which uphold the service arms of OAMS, ensuring quality, innovation, efficiency & sustainable effectiveness across the whole organization.

Accreditations

OAMS is accredited for a number of regulations and standards.
Australian Gov
Registered Charity
NSQHS
Quality Systems
NDIS
AGPAL
Dental Practice
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