The Foundation has a membership of more than 160 specialist Canberra doctors who are committed to the objectives and activities of the Foundation. We provide support in Canberra, remote Australian communities, and in the Pacific Islands
Dr John James
John Alexander James was an acclaimed surgeon who served the Canberra community from the 1920s to the 1960s. The Foundation owns the hospital that is named in honour of his contribution to medicine in Canberra.
Annual Funding, Community Health Program
Grant Recipients, Community Health Program
Specialist Medical Practitioner Members
Supporting Remote Communities
The Foundation continues to provide Specialist services in regional and remote communities.
In 2015 the Volunteer Specialist program expanded to include visits to our South Pacific neighbour, the Solomon Islands.
The John James Foundation has sold the properties that comprise the John James Healthcare campus.
With the Foundations asset base almost exclusively being held in the ownership of land and buildings of the John James Healthcare Campus, the…
https://www.jjf.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/John-James-Hospital-6-e1530838832745.jpg533800JJF_Adminhttp://jjfnew1.draftsite.net.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/JJF_Logo_3.pngJJF_Admin2018-07-06 01:00:512018-07-18 03:51:26A sale to go down in history
Former Wallabies and Brumbies player, Joe Roff, has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the John James Foundation. In August 2017, he will replace Phil Greenwood who is retiring after 7 years in the role and 20 years of leadership…
https://www.jjf.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Joe-Roff_header3.jpg442800Ian Dudleyhttp://jjfnew1.draftsite.net.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/JJF_Logo_3.pngIan Dudley2018-02-10 19:33:312018-02-24 23:02:09John James Foundation passes the ball to Joe Roff
Canberra disability service organisation Sharing Places, established more than 28 years ago, is a first time recipient of the Foundation’s Community Health Program funding in 2017.
The $20,000 grant will assist Sharing Places continue to…