The Malta Health Network (MHN) promotes the health-related interests of patients and the wider community by updating itself about international ‘best practices’ and ‘capacity-building’. The MHN achieves this through its regular contacts with local and international health-related Governmental Organisations, Non-Governmental Organisations, ‘Not-for-Profit’ Organisations and Patient Representative Groups.
In order to promote the health-related interests of patients and the wider community, the Malta Health Network (MHN) updates itself about ‘best practices’ and ‘capacity building’ through its regular contacts with health-related Governmental Organisations (GOs), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), ‘Not-for-Profit’ Organisations (NPOs) and Patient Representative Groups (PRGs). The MHN strives to give patients a voice in health-related for a in Malta, in the EU and internationally.
The MHN is independent of the Government of Malta and of any political party or organization. When the MHN was established in 2007, it represented 20 founder-organisations: as of 2021 it represents 40. The MHN is especially active in promoting The European Charter of Patients’ Rights.