The Central West Hospital and Health Service covers some 396,650 square kilometres of Queensland and includes the communities of remote central western Queensland from Tambo, in the south-east, to Boulia in the northwest.
Central West Health serves a population of approximately 12,400 persons and also services a large number of visitors seeking an outback experience during the winter months. Each year Central West HHS delivers around 60,000 episodes of patient care.
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In July 2012, the Queensland Government established Hospital and Health Services as statutory bodies accountable to their local community.