The national peak for First Nations health is calling for a substantial review of funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health.

The call comes following the handing down of the Federal Budget on Tuesday night which the National Community Controlled Health Organisation has described as business as usual.

The organisation says they are tiring of singular announcements and that while there have been some welcome announcements, the core funding for First Nations health services remains the same.

NACCHO Chair Donnella Mills says single announcements interrupts the quality of care.

CEO Pat Turner says this budget is an opportunity lost.

She says as long as this $4.4 billion funding gap remains and as long as there are funding gaps elsewhere – in particular, in housing – we cannot expect the unconscionable health gap to close.