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Hepatitis NSW is an independent, charitable, community-based membership organisation offering assistance to people affected by hepatitis C. We are overseen by a Board of Governance elected annually by our membership. Our primary funder is the NSW Health Department. The range of people we work with is wide. It includes people with hepatitis C and their partners, family and friends; healthcare and welfare workers; peer organisations and individuals; government departments; private sector employers and members of the NSW public. We very much appreciate your support and urge site visitors to consider becoming a member or making a donation or bequest.
In our About us pages, we provide detailed information about our organisation and the work we do:
- Contact us
- About Hepatitis NSW
- Become a member
- Become a volunteer
- Donations and bequests
- Council supporters
- Employment vacancies
- About this website
- Complaints and disputes handling
Information on our website does not aim to replace the advice provided by a doctor or other healthcare worker. If you have hep C you should regularly see your doctor for monitoring, information advice and referral.
Our website is always evolving. If you have ideas or feedback on how we can improve this page, or if you come across errors, please email us by clicking here (don't forget to tell us which page you are providing feedback on).
Stock photos used. People shown may have no actual connection with hepatitis C.
Top image by Zakir Hossain.
This page last updated 2 June 2011