To improve the health and wellbeing of the communities we serve through excellence in clinical care, preparing the next generation of health professionals and generating and applying new knowledge.
To advance the University’s interests through integrated healthcare, education, research and innovation in shaping the primary health care models of the future.
We value excellence, quality, integrity, respect, teamwork, and empathy. These values underpin everything we do – from business decisions to colleague interactions; and help us navigate the challenges and opportunities in an evolving healthcare landscape.
Our current three strategic priority areas of healthy ageing, integrated care; and campus health, align with our over-arching strategic objectives. UQ Health Care is committed to:
- New approaches to chronic disease
- Lead role in advancing Logan Health Hub project
- Develop and evaluate new clinical models in chronic disease
- Explore new collaborations in Satellite Hospitals program
- Student health
- Boost acute psychiatrist and psychologist mental health resources
- Boost mental health preventive programs through Sharper Minds
- Establish new facility within St Lucia Health & Recreation Precinct
- Healthy ageing
- UQ Healthy Living expansion and refinement of model
- Expand research capability and output
- Primary care partner for UQ Healthy Ageing Initiative
- Innovation in primary care
- Enhance clinical leadership structure and capability
- Enhance telehealth experience for clinician and patient
- Forge stronger partnerships with UQ Medicine / Mayne Academy
- Child & family health
- Primary care partner to CHQ-UQ partnership
- Establish Child and Family Health Services/Hubs
- Expand GPs in Schools program