The National Health Co-op (NHC) is a local, not-for-profit healthcare service. For more than ten years they’ve been pioneering change in the local healthcare industry and working collaboratively to bring quality care to the Canberra community. They currently operate eight clinics in Canberra and provide medical care to more than 30,000 patients every year.
The NHC exists for patients and not for profit. Members pay an annual membership fee, after which they receive access to a wide range of bulk billed GP and allied health services at all clinics. Members have ownership of the Co-op and contribute to the direction of the organisation, ensuring that the local community benefits from the NHC’s unique co-operative model.
The NHC also has a proud history of collaborating with other charities and not-for-profits to extend healthcare to the most vulnerable within the community. By working closely with the Red Cross, Salvation Army, Barnardos and other important community organisations the NHC makes an important contribution to the wellbeing of the ACT community.