Tasmanian Health Service

The Tasmanian Health Service (THS), as a single entity, provides healthcare through the public hospital system and primary and community health services, including mental and oral health services.

These reports show monthly and year-to-date (YTD) funding and payments for the Tasmanian Health Service.

See Tasmania state reports.

For the purposes of National Health Reform public hospital funding arrangements, this network is made up of the following public hospitals and service providers:

  • Beaconsfield Multi Purpose Service
  • Campbell Town Multi Purpose Service
  • Deloraine District Hospital
  • Esperance Multi Purpose Centre
  • Flinders Island Multi Purpose Centre
  • George Town Hospital and Community Health Centre
  • HealthWest (West Coast District Hospital – Queenstown)
  • Huon Eldercare
  • King Island Multi Purpose Centre
  • Launceston General Hospital
  • May Shaw District Nursing Centre
  • Mersey Community Hospital
  • Midlands Multi Purpose Centre
  • New Norfolk District Hospital
  • North East Soldiers Memorial Hospital (Scottsdale Hospital)
  • North West Regional Hospital
  • Royal Hobart Hospital
  • Smithton District Hospital
  • St Helens District Hospital
  • St Marys Community Health Centre
  • Tasman Health and Community Service
  • Toosey Memorial Hospital – Longford
*Mersey Community Hospital is funded by the Commonwealth via a separate agreement and does not receive national health reform funds