The RDWA provides the workforce to enhance the health and wellbeing of rural communities in South Australia (SA). The RDWA believes that- Sustainable rural communities need sustainable rural health services, Every person living in rural and remote SA has a right to have access to a general practitioner (GP), GPs are the cornerstone of rural health services in SA, It is crucial that the GP workforce is capable, competent and confident. Excellent primary health service needs a workforce of doctors, nurses, midwives and allied health professionals working together. The RDWA is an organisation that: Acts with transparency and integrity,Makes decisions in a timely and fair way, Forms partnerships to enrich and improve rural health services, Responds to the individual needs of its constituents as well as corporate and community needs, Fosters innovation in rural health services. RDWA?s 'Foundation and Futures' Strategic Directions for 2015-2020 provides a comprehensive overview of the organisation. If you have an issue you would like to discuss, please contact us anytime.