On behalf of the HSUWA, welcome.

The HSUWA is the union that represents more than 20,000 allied health and health science professionals, technicians and assistants, clerical and administrative staff, supervisors and managers.We work hard to support our members at work and we campaign for better health policies and outcomes for all West Australians.

Do you have the HSUWA with you at work? join today.
Dan Hill, Secretary

Member News

HESTA Scholarships 2017

Members who are studying in 2017 , or have a dependent child who is a student, are eligible to apply for one of the Union’s scholarships to help you to buy textbooks or other study requisites. The Scholarships are supported by the Super fund, ... read more

President’s Report - 2016 AGM

 It’s time again to reflect back and to look forward.  2016 has certainly been a tumultuous year on the national and world stage with the new Health Services Act in the public system driving the formation of Board managed area health ... read more

$250 Prize Winner - December 2016

Workplace Rep Sarah Vidler , Senior MIT, Fiona Stanley Hospital, has $250 extra to spend this Christmas after winning the Recruit a Member prize draw for December.HSUWA members who sign up new members can enter the draw to win regular prizes of $250 ... read more

Media Releases

Barnett Government fails to support victims of family and domestic violence

The Health Services Union (WA) has called on Premier Colin Barnett to do more to support victims of Family and Domestic Violence (FDV), and to reconsider his opposition to special leave for victims of FDV employed in the WA public sector.In recent EBA ... read more

Serious funding shortfall in acute mental health services putting kids at risk

The Health Services Union (HSUWA) says transition of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) as a result of the new Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH), is shaping up as a disaster because of a serious shortfall in funding for a range ... read more

State budget reveals cuts to health staff numbers set to continue

The union representing health professionals said the state budget had once again failed to deliver for the health system, with the Government’s program to slash thousands of jobs set to continue over the next 4 years.The HSUWA said the ... read more

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