About Bila Muuji

Work With Us

Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service have formal partnerships with the NSWLHD, NACCHO, AH&MRC, RDN, Bila Muuji, WNSWPHN, Commonwealth Government, NIAA, NSW Ministry of Health and we encourage other service providers to work with us



Dubbo Regional Aboriginal Health Service has a vacancy for a full time Midwife, to work collaboratively with our dynamic clinical team providing services to our expecting mothers. This position is based at Dubbo Regional Aboriginal Health Service.
Dubbo is a great community with a lot to offer, only 400km’s North West of Sydney. Dubbo can offer a quality lifestyle to all people from singles to those with young families to the empty nesters.
Dubbo offers access to quality schools, parks and sporting facilities, and if you wish to access great restaurants, cafes, entertainment facilities or shopping centres, you won’t have far to travel or have to fight traffic jams to get there.

Aboriginal Family Health Worker

Coonamble Aboriginal Health Service (CAHS) are seeking an enthusiastic and committed person to fill the position of Aboriginal Family Health Worker. This position will actively work with the local Aboriginal community and relevant government and non-government agencies to reduce the incidences and prevalence of family violence.
Note: This is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Identified Position authorised by Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW
The Aboriginal Family Health Worker will report directly to the Practice Manager

Aboriginal Outreach Wellbeing Officer

Gilgandra Local Aboriginal Medical Service has an opportunity for a compassionate Aboriginal Outreach Wellbeing Officer to join their multidisciplinary team full-time. You will be responsible for providing direct support and intervention to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. You will assist with ongoing development and delivery of social and emotional wellbeing programs and training; and provide cultural safety and education, which contributes to understanding of the mental health and well-being needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It is essential that the successful applicant has significant experience working with, and has connections to, Aboriginal communities in Western NSW.
Note: This is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander identified position authorised by Section 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, NSW

Full-Time General Practitioner

Are you a passionate and dedicated General Practitioner seeking an opportunity to work in Aboriginal Health? We are currently looking for a skilled and compassionate GP to join our multidisciplinary team at Gilgandra Local Aboriginal Medical Service (GLAMS).

Full-Time General Practitioner

CAHS is seeking to employ a full time, experienced GP to join our team. At CAHS we care for the whole community from pregnancy and early childhood, men’s and women’s health, preventative care and health promotion, complex chronic disease management, geriatrics and palliative care. With the support of our nursing staff, Aboriginal Health Workers, friendly receptionists and onsite management team, we pride ourselves in providing high quality medical care for our patients. We are also supported by a visiting dietician, podiatrist, pharmacist, optometrist, audiologist, Cardiologist, Womens Health and diabetic educator. The clinic also has access to regular telehealth clinics with specialists. CAHS is a bulk billing clinic, operating between 8:30am and 5pm week days with no weekend shifts. On average GPs are expected to see between 15-20 patients per day.