Nursing in the Northern Territory can range from working in one of six Public Hospitals, one Private Hospital, Community Care Centres, Aged Care facilities, NT Government or Aboriginal Controlled Remote Health Centres, GP practices and private worksites providing health care. Remote Health Centres are situated in the tropical top end, central desert, coastal or island communities.
The Branch participates and lobbies on behalf on members on professional issues affecting nursing and midwifery practice.
The ANMF NT Branch's priority is to work towards a positive future for nurses and midwives nursing in the NT. The ANMF hopes you will be part of that future by working with the ANMF to make your personal contribution to this great profession. ANMF NT Branch urges nurses and midwives to voice their opinion and to be involved. Modern Industrial Relations and Unionism is about getting organised and taking some personal responsibility. Remember the ANMF NT Branch is its members and we are strongest when we take collective action in regards to issues that concern us.
It is important to remember the ANMF NT Branch is member funded only.
ANMFNT General Purpose Financial Report 2022
NB: If you are working in the NT and you are a current financial member with an interstate branch, you can transfer your membership to the NT. You need to contact your current ANMF Branch Membership Department to organise the transfer. The easiest way to do this is to complete a transfer request form is to complete the Transfer and Method of Payment Form and email or fax this to your current branch.