Legendary Australian actor Jack Thompson is hoping to come to Kakadu next month to make a brand new film called High Ground. Although years in the planning, things got complicated when Jack was diagnosed with kidney disease earlier this year. He now requires regular...read more
Purple House is the 2018 NT Telstra Business of the Year as announced at a ceremony in Darwin in August.
Recognised for being a strong Indigenous-run and controlled organisation, Purple House provides dialysis in 14 remote clinics as well as the Purple Truck, a mobile dialysis service.read more
Each year the Australian Financial Review names a list of BOSS True Leaders - people who are changing Australia for the better. In 2018, that list included our Purple House CEO Sarah Brown. The acknowledgement follows the announcement of a Medicare item number for...read more
When the Purple House was donated a rare Albert Namatjira painting in December 2017, we assumed it would be a once-in-a-lifetime moment. The painting by the famous Central Australian watercolour artist was donated by Ngurratjuta Aboriginal Corporation to fund a salary...read more
He's done it! Zibeon Fielding has successfully completed an ultra-marathon through the APY Lands of South Australia raising over $50,000 for Purple House. It all began in 2016, when the 24 year-old health worker and father from Mimili community, was selected for the...read more
Remote dialysis will be funded by Medicare from November 2018, through a new Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) item number. The funding, which was announced as part of in the 2018 Federal Budget, means that Medicare will, for the first time, cover $590 of each dialysis...read more
Purple House CEO Sarah Brown as been awarded HESTA Australia’s Nurse of the Year for 2017.
As the Northern Territory’s only entrant in the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Awards, Sarah has run Purple House since 2003, after many years working as a registered nurse out bush.read more