Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service (AWAHS)

is a community controlled orgainisation.

We are a non-profit organisation that was developed and set up to cater for the primary health care needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their families.


“We support the Aboriginal community towards a better tomorrow.

Our focus is to work alongside you to create generational health change.”


Monday to Friday
(excluding public holidays)

Office Hours

9:00am to 12:30pm
1:30pm to 5:00pm
Phones Operate From 8:30am

In case of emergency at any time call: 000

If you have an emergency on a Public Holiday, Saturday or a Sunday, please call 000 or your closest hospital: 

Albury Wodonga Health (Albury Campus)
Phone: (02) 6058 4444

Albury Wodonga Health (Wodonga Campus)
Phone: (03) 6051 7111




664 Daniel St


86-90 Rowan Street


12 Stanley Street


AWAHS Facilities


Meet the staff of AWAHS

Many hands work to provide the high quality service’s that make up Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service. Staff bio’s are broken up in to the nine AWAHS teams.

Meet the AWAHS Operations Team

Meet the AWAHS Administration Team

Meet the AWAHS Social & Emotional Wellbeing Team

Meet the AWAHS Dental Staff

Meet the AWAHS full time and casual transport team


Meet the AWAHS Chronic Disease Team

Meet the Medical and Nursing Staff of AWAHS

Meet the AWAHS Health Promotion Team

Meet the AWAHS Child & Family Health Team

Our Partners and Affiliations

Including but not limited to:

  • Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • Department of Health
  • Department of Health NSW
  • Murray Primary Health Network
  • Albury City
  • Murrumbidgee Primary Health Network
  • NSW Rural Doctors Network
  • The Pharmacy Guild of Australia
  • The POCHE Institute NSW

AWAHS is Affiliated with:

  • Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council NSW (AM&MRC)
  • Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO)
  • National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO)


Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service is a community controled organisation.

Full membership enables Aboriginal clients of AWAHS to have their vote as to who represents the view of the community on the AWAHS Board of Members.


AWAHS is governed by a community board that is bound by the AWAHS Constitution through the Department of Fair Trading NSW.

Who can attend the service?

Whilst we are aware that other services treat this issue differently, this is the position that AWAHS have taken in relation to who can attend the service.

Definition: “Nuclear Family”- A partner, a wife/mother, a husband/father, and the dependent children living under the same roof.

Information for our Clients

AWAHS Service Information Brochure has been prepared to inform AWAHS clients and patients about

  • The Services AWAHS provides
  • Your rights and responsibilities
  • Other helpful information

To view AWAHS Service Information Brochure Click here: AWAHS Service Brochure 2020 CURRENT

To view the AWAHS Confidentiality and Privacy Statement click here: AWAHS Confidentiality and Privacy Statement