Why Choose KBC Australia
We are a small agile organisation with access to highly experienced content experts actively engaged in their sector with current knowledge of service and system reforms. Our senior consultants are embedded in the assignment for the life of the project – from tendering and project development through implementation and reporting. We offer personalised and individualised project design and implementation.
Our team has extensive experience across local, state and national projects. We are a rurally based company with a deep understanding and lived experience of rural health. KBC Australia has a proven record of grounded engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and organisations and have exceptional skills in knowledge translation and plain language reporting.
We take a robust and independent view in the execution and delivery of all projects, resulting in sound strategic recommendations and advice grounded in the data
KBC Australia is a lean organisation with a core team and draws on a network of expert associates tailored to the requirements of assignments.
We have the capacity and capability to work at a national, state, regional and local level. Our extensive portfolio of work spanning nearly twenty years includes needs assessment; service planning, (re)design and innovative modelling; workforce planning and development; program and policy review and evaluation; and strategic planning. Our work has included:
- Rural and remote health service development and delivery
- Cross agency service development
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing
- General practice systems and primary health care
- Education and training of medical, allied health, nursing students and graduates
- Rural medical generalism and allied health rural generalism
- Public health and epidemiology
- Mental health and wellbeing
- Child and Maternal Health
- Economic analysis and evaluation
Who we work with
Our clients include federal and state/territory health departments, peak bodies, Primary Health Networks, local Government and service providers.