08 9194 4800 reception@brams.org.au

Proposed Building

Our current building is deteriorating

Unwelcoming waiting room - not family friendly

Ceiling damage in 3 consulting rooms

No privacy and small spaces for families

Building a Healthier Future with a new Clinic

Our Vision for Healthy People and a Strong Community

Dear friend,

Please take a moment to read our story.

It’s about a health service that has been caring for the Broome community for more than 45 years.

From proud beginnings as the first remote Aboriginal Medical Service in Western Australia, BRAMS now provides a full range of primary health and wellbeing services, including NDIS and Aged Care.

Unfortunately we’ve outgrown our current premises; in some places, our building is literally falling apart. As you’ll see in the pages that follow, this is impacting our ability to deliver high-quality and culturally-safe services to our patients.
We’re in desperate need of a new clinic. In addition to providing modern, fit-for-purpose facilities, a new clinic will enable BRAMS to continue to grow and meet the needs of the local community.

To help realise this vision, we have secured land, and engaged architects to draft plans for the new building. In addition to seeking funding through the Commonwealth and WA governments, we are also hoping you will help bring this critical project to life.

BRAMS is looking for partners, donors, and ambassadors to champion our cause, and join us on this journey to a healthier future for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Kimberley.

For more information please download our information book or fill out the Contact Us form below.

Cassie Atchison


Building a Healthier Future with a new Clinic

Current entry to the Clinic

We have outgrown our current building and are making do with shipping containers and temporary portable buildings. There is no storage and the building is deterorating rapidly.

Proposed new clinic

BRAMS has secured land for a new clinic at 33 Weld street in Broome, and engaged Kaunitz Yeung Architecture to draft concept design drawings.

In addition to providing modern, purpose-built health facilities, a new and expanded clinic will allow BRAMS to extend its operating hours to 7pm on weekdays, and be open on weekends. It will also enable us to grow our services even further.

Let's build a better BRAMS.

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