Our Work

SARRAH works to ensure that rural and remote Australian Communities have access to allied health services that support equitable and sustainable health and wellbeing.

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SARRAH was established in 1995 and is nationally recognised as the peak body representing rural and remote Allied Health Professionals (AHPs)working in the public and private sector. The organisation develops and provides services that enable its members to carry out their professional duties confidently and competently.

SARRAH is committed to providing support for AHPs in all sectors. To support this objective, we have established an extensive regional, state and national network of AHPs, who live and work in rural and remote communities and, encompass a broad spectrum of allied health services.

SARRAH’s focus is ensuring that every Australian has access to equitable health services regardless of where they live; and that allied health services are basic and fundamental to the wellbeing of all Australians.