External links have been organised using the following service categories. Please use the links below to open a more detailed listing.
Australian Federal Government services
Department of Health and Ageing – information about national health policies, programs and services
Australian Government Health Insurance Commission – a statutory authority that oversees Medicare claims, benefits and payments
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care – responsible for the national strategic framework and work programs to improve safety and quality across the Australian health care system
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare – the national agency for health and welfare statistics and information
Commonwealth Ombudsman – complaints about Australian Government agencies and Private Health Inurance.
Therapeutic Goods Administration – safeguards public health and safety by regulating medicines, medical devices blood and tissues
HealthDirect Australia – provides nationwide access 24 hours a day, seven days a week to healthcare triage, health advice and health information
Office of the Australian Information Commissioner – responsible for freedom of information functions, privacy functions and information policy functions.
South Australian Government services
SA Health – provides leadership on state health policy, planning and quality assurance
Child Abuse Report Line – managed by the South Australian Department for Education and Child Development assists people to report child abuse and neglect
Consumer and Business Services – (previously the Office of Consumer and Business Affairs), a government of South Australia service for consumers and people in business SACAT.
Multicultural SA – is a statutory body that provides advice about multicultural and ethnic affairs, including interpreting and translating services
The Interpreting and Translating Centre – (ITC) provides professional interpreting and translating services
South Australian Equal Opportunity Commission – provides information, education and conciliation of complaints about unfair treatment based on age, gender, marital status, pregnancy, sexuality, physical or intellectual impairment and race, in specific areas of public life
South Australian Ombudsman – investigates complaints about South Australian and local government agencies, Freedom of Information reviews and reviews HCSCC decisions
South Australian Coroner – manages investigations and inquests into deaths, fires, accidents and the disappearance of missing persons
Office of the Guardian of Children and Young People – advocates for and promotes the best interests of children and young people who are under the care, custody or guardianship of the Minister for Families and Communities
Office of the Public Advocate – promotes and protects the rights and interests of people with reduced mental capacity, and if appropriate, their carers
ReturnToWorkSA – is responsible for providing work injury insurance and regulating the South Australian Return to Work scheme.
Other health and disability complaint bodies
Australian Capital Territory Human Rights Commission – includes the Health, Disability, Community Services, Children and Young People Complaints Commissioners
Northern Territory Health and Community Services Complaints Commission
New South Wales Health Care Complaints Commission
Tasmanian Health Complaints Commissioner
Victorian Health Complaints Commissioner
West Australian Health and Disability Services Complaints Office
Office of the Health Ombudsman – Queensland
Aged Care Complaints
Health practitioner regulation authorities
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission
South Australian consumer and carer advocacy services
Aged Rights Advocacy Service (ARAS)
Carers South Australia Inc
Disability Advocacy and Complaints Service of South Australia Inc (DACSSA)
Health Consumers Alliance Inc of South Australia (HCA)