The Health Services Union of Western Australia

The HSUWA is a specialised union of health workers in Western Australia.

Our members work in hospitals and health services, aged care, disabilities, imaging, pathology, private practices and allied health.

We are a growing union organising and campaigning for better pay, conditions and careers for our members.

We are a leading progressive voice of health policy in Western Australia.

We are part of the National Health Services Union, representing more than 100,000 health workers in Australia.


On behalf of the HSUWA, welcome.

Tens of thousands of people work across the health system, both public and private. Our members make up the most significant part of the health workforce. We cover the many jobs and varied expertise needed to care for the community and run a health system.

We are dedicated to our purpose - to empower our members to advance their collective interests through organising, support, advocacy and influence.

If you would like to find out more, please contact us. Together we are stronger. Join today.

Naomi McCrae, Secretary

Member News

HSUWA and Public Sector Alliance - Fair Pay Rally

It's time to take action! HSUWA Members will join with Firefighters, Police, Education Assistants, Train Drivers and other Health Workers and more to fight for fair pay.Show our Premier that you have had enough talk – you want action on ... read more

HSUWA Members Change State Wages Policy for a Second Time in 12 Months

Register for the Public Sector Wages Rally with HSUWA and the Alliance on August 17 here.From the SecretaryHSUWA Members have led the way in pressuring this State Government to change State Wages Policy for a second time in 12 months.The new wages ... read more

Public Sector Health Workers Take Action on Pay

Health Workers across WA are taking action on pay. The State Government's State Wages Policy does not enable HSUWA Members to keep up with the cost of living, and in fact, will take their wages backwards in real terms.HSUWA Members have claimed an ... read more

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