Latest NT Health News

Health Alert – Smoky Conditions 13 June
Two strong Central Australian advocates to receive honorary awards
Health Alert – Smoky Conditions 4 June
New Plan For Better Kidney Care In Territory
Ambulance Service Structural Review
New ambulances for two remote Central Australian communities
2024 Northern Territory Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards winners revealed
New Therapy Dog For Katherine Hospital
First Nations health graduate leads the way in mastering CDU double degree
Code Yellow called at Royal Darwin and Palmerston Hospitals
Murray Valley Encephalitis Virus Detected
Territorians urged to protect themselves against mozzie bites ahead of Easter long weekend
Upskilling nurses to support remote health across the Territory
Katherine Hospital receives seven new nurses and midwives
International Woman’s Day
Northern Territory Public Employment Commissioner appointed
Alice Springs Hospital program builds critical care workforce for Central Australia
Junior doctors boost NT Health workforce
Applications open for NT Health Aboriginal Scholarship Scheme
Acacia at Royal Darwin and Palmerston Hospital Emergency Department
82 graduate nurses and midwives begin careers in the Territory
Increasing Territory’s Nurse Practitioner Workforce
Extreme and severe heat health alerts issued in several Top End locations
Wet season storms bring melioidosis and Ross River virus risks
Territorians to join clinical trials closer to home
Winners announced for the 2023 NT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker and Practitioner Excellence Awards
Researchers tackle deadly disease endemic to Australia
Supporting more Aboriginal students to become health professionals
New Cancer Council Oncology Nurse for Alice Springs
Winners announced for the first NT Allied Health Excellence Awards
Pushing through for littlest Territorians
Returning bright smiles to remote communities
Statement on Royal Darwin and Palmerston Hospitals – Code Yellow
Extreme and severe heat health alerts issued in several Top End locations
Grants to support more Territorians reap the benefits of a healthy lifestyle
Barkly Bushfire Update
New plan to reduce suicide in Territory
Public health alert: Gastroenteritis 5 September
Applications now open for Territory youth grants program to prevent substance abuse
Statement on Royal Darwin and Palmerston Hospitals – Code Yellow
Hep B program highlights expertise as CDU Menzies School of Medicine seeks more student placements in the NT
NT Health 9 August
‘Do you know what you’re vaping?’ Campaign Launched
Public Health Alert: Gastroenteritis
Kaltukatjara Health Centre transitions to Aboriginal community control
New Program to upskill Territory Nurses in Remote and Primary Health Care
Alice Springs Hospital Accommodation now Open
Public health alert: Murray Valley encephalitis 7 June