Congress supporters

We are now accepting applications from interested organisations to be sponsors and/or trade exhibitors at our 2018 Asia-Pacific health leadership congress in Darwin, 19 – 21 Sep 2018.

Our annual congress is a great way to maximise your exposure to key decision-makers in healthcare from Australasia. In 2017, our congress welcomed nearly 450 delegates from across Australia and overseas to the Hilton Sydney.  The usually high calibre of our presenter line-up ensures heightened interest and attendance by health managers keen to meet and hear from thought leaders in the health sector as well as other areas of leadership. Download the sponsorship and trade exhibition brochure and application form. If you have any questions, we invite you to get in touch with the congress organising team.

Platinum sponsor

National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre
Established as a result of the 2002 Bali bombings, the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre is strategically positioned in Darwin, Northern Territory to rapidly respond to sudden health emergencies across the Asia-Pacific. The NCCTRC provides clinical and academic leadership in trauma, critical care and disaster health care, building capacity and capability through strategic partnership,  education training and research, establishing new clinical standards that drive excellence locally, nationally and internationally. The NCCTRC is funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Health and prepares Australian clinicians for deployment to sudden onset emergencies.

Gold sponsor

Northern Territory Health

NT Health aims to achieve the best health and wellbeing for all Territorians through the development, management and performance of the public health system. Serving a Territory population of over 220,000 NT Health comprises, Top End Heath Service, Central Australia Health Service and the Department of Health. Together they support people located right across the 1.3 million square kilometres of the Northern Territory and manage unique health care challenges with over 43 per cent of its consumers residing in remote and very remote areas. NT Health strives to be a world leader in the delivery of remote health and to set high professional standards of care.

Turner & Townsend

HESTA are a specialist industry super fund dedicated to people who provide some of the best health and community services in the world.

With more than 840,000 members and $41 billion invested globally on their behalf, they've learned a thing or two about looking after their members.


The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving the quality of health care in Australia through continual review of safety and quality standards and accreditation. Established in 1974, it is recognised as the leading healthcare accreditation body in Australia and as an authority on the measurement and implementation of quality improvement systems. ACHS was established in 2005 as a wholly-owned subsidiary company and provides accreditation services across 17 countries to a diverse range of health service organisations.

In 2018, ACHS continues to work to support healthcare professionals, consumers, government and industry stakeholders in their pursuit of high quality and safe health services.

HardyGroup believe that exceptional leaders can engage, motivate and inspire the future of Health & Human Services. HardyGroup recruit, develop, mentor and network Health & Human Services executives, managers and professionals with the courage, integrity and skills to accept accountability. Their networks are global, their leadership talent exceptional. 


MEERQAT Pty Ltd is a company dedicated to developing online tools that engage stakeholders in evaluation and quality improvement activities. Its flagship products – MEERQAT and BPCLEtool – use the latest technology to enable genuine improvement and drive the development of collective competence within teams and across organisations.


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Deakin University

Holman Webb