The Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District (ISLHD) was formed on 1
January 2011, after the health entity known as South Eastern Sydney
Illawarra Area Health Service was dissolved.
Our catchment area extends about 250km along the coastal strip from Helensburgh in the north to North Durras in the south, servicing a population of more than 390,000 residents.
ISLHD is one of the region’s largest employers with a workforce of more than 7,300 across nine hospital sites and community health services with an annual budget of more than $770 million.
Our Local Health District has been established in accordance with the
National Health and Hospital Agreement.
Local decision-making is at the forefront of how the organisation functions, led by a professional Health District Board and a Chief Executive.
The Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District Board is chaired by Professor Denis King OAM and 12 Board Members who bring a wealth of experience and local knowledge to the management of our Local Health District.
Our Chief Executive, Margot Mains works closely with the Board to ensure that ISLHD delivers consistently high patient care which is supported by input from clinicians and the local community.
Our Vision and Values
Our vision - Working together building healthy futures – is underpinned by the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District Statement of Strategic Intent. It focuses on building the workforce of the future, developing an integrated health system, matching our capital footprint to community needs and investing in contemporary patient-centred models of care.
The values of the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District guide the behaviour and professional standards of our staff. Our CORE Values are Collaboration, Openness, Respect, Empowerment.
- ISLHD EEO Reporting June 2016
- Service Agreement 2016/17
- Corporate Governance Attestation Statement 2015-16