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A big shout out and thank you to Pika Wiya. On behalf of Jason, Trent & Shannon we would like to thank Pika Wiya for providing bottled water for our mourners. Today was extremely hot and this helped make it at little easier. THANK YOU - Lavene Ngatokorua

Pika Wiya Health Service would like to congratulate Laurel Dodd for being selected to participate in the Heart Foundation Nurse Ambassador Program, a program that has been running for 14 years. Laurel was the only person selected from Port Augusta! This will involve attending educational workshops, networking and contributing to creating new tools and resource to increase care and also to learn more about the Heart Foundation and cardiovascular health, in turn increasing her knowledge and confidence in her current position. Well Done!

Winter is nearly here and with it comes the deadly flu season ….

This year more people can have the flu needle to protect our family and elders in the Community.

Pika Wiya Health Service is offering Free Flu needle for children over 6 months – 5 years

Every one from 15 years of age

All pregnant women

All our people with health problems like asthma, diabetes, heart or kidney problems.

Flu can cause great sickness and death to our mob….

Get on the job..

Don’t be late to vaccinate…

Call us on 86429999 or drop in for an appointment with a Health Worker

Flu Immunisation clinics will be available at all sites check with your Health Worker when to come in for a Jab


A surprise visit from Clinton Pryor.

On Friday the 24th of February 2017 we were lucky enough to get a visit from the inspirational Clinton Pryor who is being supported by Steven Atkinson on his journey.

Clinton is walking from Perth to Canberra to protest against the forced closures of Indigenous communities.

He will be back to visit us again after his official march over the Port Augusta bridge on the 8th of March, 2017.