Help shape a new approach to health and wellbeing in your community

In Sunshine Coast by PHN Communications

Country to Coast, QLD’s My Healthy Community survey is open until 14 July to all Central Queensland, Wide Bay and Sunshine Coast residents aged 18 and over.

Help us get the word out to your patients, staff and clients, so we can all understand what really keeps our community healthy and well. All responses are anonymous and confidential.

Country to Coast QLD conducts this important community health survey every three years and, together with other national and state health data, community feedback gives a comprehensive picture of all the barriers and stepping-stones to good health in our region.

By promoting the survey through your organisation and networks, you’re giving our community the strongest chance possible to share their experiences and ideas for building healthier communities.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Download our digital resource kit complete with posters for waiting rooms and digital resources to share with your community and networks
  • Promote the survey in your newsletters and stakeholder communications
  • Encourage your own staff to complete the survey, so they can have their say too.

Speak up for your chance to win a $100 grocery card

The My Healthy Community Survey 2024 will only take 10-15 minutes to complete and you could win one of 20 x $100 grocery cards. After you’ve completed the survey, you can enter the draw to win!

Terms and conditions apply

Visit the Country to Coast, QLD website to find out more.

Privacy and your data

All survey responses will be stored securely. Access to the data will be restricted to Country to Coast, QLD. We have implemented appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect the data from unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure, or destruction. See CCQ’s Privacy Statement and Privacy Policy to understand more about how we handle and manage data.

The 2024 My Healthy Community Survey is a Country to Coast, QLD initiative delivered through the Australian Government’s PHN Program.