The Department of Health Strategic Plan 2021-2025 is a core planning document for the department.
Strategic Plans are a core planning document for the 16 Hospital and Health Services in Queensland.
The five-year plan to transform, optimise and grow state-funded mental health, alcohol and other drug services to improve outcomes for Queenslanders.
Information about statewide health service planning for the Queensland public health system.
The Reform Planning Group's report provides a roadmap to further strengthen Queensland’s health system.
Strategy for a digital health system offering integrated services with timely, secure and reliable access to patient information across public and private care providers.
'My health, Queensland's future: Advancing health 2026' is a vision and 10-year strategy for Queensland's entire health system, developed as a result of the Hunter Review.
A strategy to increase the proportion of Queenslanders who adopt healthy behaviours and reduce unhealthy ones.
A Framework to support a 10 year vision to increase the proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the health workforce.
A plan for medical workforce planning and development in Queensland over the next 10 years.
In recognition of its commitment to providing a safe, secure and supportive workplace, the Department of Health is a White Ribbon Australia accredited workplace.
The Strategy includes three overarching focus areas that are underpinned by diversity and inclusion principles and identifies seven priority groups which will be our focus for the duration of the strategy.
A strategy articulating the vision for the clinical and clinical support workforce in rural and remote Queensland over the next 3 years.
Department of Health Waste Reduction and Recycling Plan 2018-2022
This strategy aims to improve health services for older Queenslanders and keep them well for longer.
A strategy to increase the proportion of eligible Queenslanders who participate in the three national screening programs for breast, bowel and cervical cancer.
The Queensland Government’s plan to address use and harms caused by crystal methamphetamine.
The Rural and Remote Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2022–2027 outlines a whole-of-system approach to achieving health equity for our rural and remote populations.
The Ending Rheumatic Heart Disease: Queensland's First Nations Strategy 2021-2024 guides the next steps Queensland Health and partners will take to end acute rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease in Queensland.
This strategy identifies key strategic themes that set clear directions in what we seek to achieve in the future. This future puts our consumers and clinicians at the centre and provides the digital capabilities and innovations that they need to enhance outcomes.
Queensland Health is seeking your input to help inform the development of a Queensland women's health strategy.