We are Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation, also known as Western Desert Dialysis. Our mission is to improve the lives of people with renal failure, reunite families and reduce the incidence of kidney disease in our communities. We are run by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal people and work to provide culturally appropriate dialysis services in remote communities, helping people to get home to country and family.
We are a registered charity with Deductible Gift Recipient Status (DGR) and welcome offers of help, support and enquiries from people wanting to know more about our work.
PLEASE TAKE CARE. ALTHOUGH WE ARE CONSTANTLY REVIEWING OUR WEBSITE, IT MAY CONTAIN THE IMAGES OR NAMES OF PEOPLE WHO HAVE PASSED AWAY.
What is your New Years resolution? Western Desert Dialysis is looking to fill dialysis nurse positions across remote Australia in 2015…read more
This week Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation (AKA The Purple House) celebrates an important milestone. We have been providing high quality dialysis services in Alice and Kintore continuously for 10 years.read more
We are SOOOO close to having permanent dialysis in Kiwirrkurra…700kms west of Alice Springs. The nurse’s house is finished, the dialysis machines are there,the equipment is on its way…the dialysis chairs are PURPLE!!!read more
We are not looking for missionaries, we’re not keen on mercenaries, you might be a bit of a misfit (in a good way)…
But if you are a marvellous, adventurous, resourceful dialysis nurse…
HAVE WE GOT A JOB FOR YOU?!read more
Our catering team received a standing ovation for their fabulous food last week at the 3 day AMSANT Accreditation Workshop in Alice Springs.To find out more, visit our Social Enterprise page.read more
The Purple House now has a fabulous chook house complete with art collection and tibetan prayer flags!read more
We are a registered charity. We have tax deductible status for donations over $2.
Donations help us to build and expand our services and to ensure they are culturally safe.
The Wellbeing Social Enterprise is a unique model of business that acts on the social issues associated with kidney disease.
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