Greg Hunt

Federal Member for Flinders | Minister for Health

Health & Sport

As Minister for Health and Sport, Greg is committed to ensuring all Australians are able to see a doctor when they need to and can receive medicine when they are unwell.

Health is about working with our excellent nurses, doctors, researchers, and all our healthcare professionals.

The Turnbull Government has a rock solid commitment to Medicare. It is key to Australia's successful healthcare system.

Mental health is an issue that is particularly important to Greg. He wants to be a strong advocate for greater understanding and community awareness, and to ensure we have the necessary resources to help deal with this very important issue.

Greg is a keen sportsman and sports dad. In the Sports portfolio he will work towards increasing participation in sport.

Participating in sport improves our health, brings communities together, inspires us and is quintessential to Australian culture.

Health and Sport are essential to ensuring all Australians can lead fulfilling lives.

For more information on what Greg is doing for Health and Sport, please visit www.health.gov.au

03 November, 2017 Topics: Outcomes of COAG Health Council meeting GREG HUNT: I’m delighted with the outcome of today’s COAG Health Ministers’ meeting. We’ve made enormous progress on a series of fronts. Firstly, it’s about prot... Read more
01 November, 2017 Starting from today, Mornington Peninsula residents will have access to a new range of free mental health support services. The new services are part of an Australian Government’s $11 million funding package for mental health services across... Read more
01 November, 2017 The Turnbull Government is investing $35 million to identify and develop new medical solutions to improve the health of Australian patients. The funding will be drawn from the Coalition’s Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) and back Austral... Read more
01 November, 2017 From today, people living in rural and remote regions of Australia will get improved access to psychological services, under a new telehealth initiative. A major barrier to rural residents accessing vital mental health treatment will be removed wi... Read more
01 November, 2017 From today, thousands of Australian patients and their families will be able to access new Medicare supported treatments for breast and ovarian cancer, heart disease, epilepsy, stroke, lymphoma and liver tumours. Women with a family history of br... Read more
$100 million fund to fight brain cancer
29 October, 2017 The Turnbull Government is today announcing a $100 million fund in an effort to defeat brain cancer and provide a better life for those suffering from this terrible disease. The Australian Brain Cancer Mission is a partnership between the Federal Government, philanthropists, medical experts, pat... Read more
29 October, 2017 Topics: $100 million brain cancer fund launch; High Court decision GRANT MCARTHUR: Welcome, everybody, to the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre. I would like to begin by acknowledging the traditional owners of the land on which we meet, the... Read more
29 October, 2017 Topics: Turnbull Government’s $100 million fund to fight brain cancer; citizenship MATT DORAN: Joining us now from Melbourne is the Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt. Good morning, Greg, thanks for joining u... Read more
27 October, 2017 Opioid addiction is an international and Australian health challenge, therefore the Turnbull Government is providing over $1 million to ensure health practitioners and consumers are informed about changes to accessing codeine-containing medicines. ... Read more
24 October, 2017 It is with great sadness that we mark the passing over the weekend of National Mental Health Commissioner, Ms Jackie Crowe. Jackie was one of the most influential figures in mental health, involved in activities across Australia which brought the ... Read more
23 October, 2017 The Turnbull Government is today launching a new online mental health resource to support new mums and mums-to-be through a range of perinatal support programs. The new MumSpace website offers free access to evidence-based mental health support to... Read more
Physical health is key this Veterans’ Health Week
19 October, 2017 Minister Greg Hunt has invited everyone in the Flinders community to join in the fun and get healthier during Veterans Health Week, which runs from Saturday 21 to Sunday 29 October. Mr Hunt said the theme for this year’s Veterans’ Health Week was ‘physical health’. &ldq... Read more
17 October, 2017 The Turnbull Government is providing more than $60 million for new projects that will help improve quality and access to palliative care. The funding announced today includes $45.4 million through the National Palliative Care Projects grants initi... Read more
17 October, 2017 E&OE… Topics: Making private health insurance simpler and more affordable, e-cigarettes. SARAH MCVEIGH: Well with you is the Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt. Minister, thanks for your time. GREG HUNT: It’s a pleasure. ... Read more
16 October, 2017 Around four million Australians who experience a mental health condition will benefit from a strengthened mental health system under the Fifth National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Plan. The Plan, which was endorsed in August by all health... Read more
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Phone: (03) 5979 3188
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