This ongoing project is a qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the investment made by NSW Health to improve care and treatment for Aboriginal people with hepatitis C. The program of work developed by NSW Health included new positions (Access Coordinators), community education and workforce development for staff from Aboriginal and mainstream health services. The role of CSRH was to conduct a multi-method project involving surveys of Aboriginal people with hepatitis C and follow-up qualitative interviews with a sub-sample recruited from the survey participants. In addition, we interviewed a range of health workers who have been involved with the NSW Health program (and some who have not). We explored the experience of people living with hepatitis C including their decisions around hepatitis C care and their experience of the programs funded by NSW Health. Using data from health worker participants, we examined what organisational and systems issues were important to address for hepatitis C care, and what was required for future provision of services for Aboriginal people with hepatitis C, their communities and for the Aboriginal community controlled health sector. Data collection was completed in 2013, and a project report submitted.