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The New South Wales Ministry of Health, a department of the New South Wales Government, is responsible for monitoring the performance of the public health system in New South Wales, particularly through public hospitals. The goals of the Ministry are to keep people healthy, provide the health care that people need, deliver high quality services, and manage health services well. The provision or delivery of health services are delegated to fifteen local health districts who provide services in a wide range of settings, from primary care posts in the remote outback to metropolitan tertiary health centres. In addition, two specialist networks are focused on Children's and Paediatric Services, and Forensic Mental Health, and a third network covers the delivery of public health services provided by three Sydney facilities operated by St Vincent's and Mater Health.
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