Clinical / Medical

Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service (AWAHS) is a unique cross border organisation that provides a range of medical and clinical services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in Albury Wodonga and surrounding regions.

AWAHS is committed to generational health change for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people through its deliverance of an accessible, culturally sensitive and holistic model of care.

Our multidisciplinary medical service spans general practice, including mental health, child and adolescent health, antenatal care, allied health and specialist care to support a variety of health concerns and requirements, including education and preventive health.

AWAHS works to a 30-minute appointment schedule, whereby all services are bulk billed.

AWAHS encourages all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to see their Doctor or Health Worker for an annual 715 health check. This assessment includes a general physical assessment, a blood sugar test, pulse and blood pressure test, pathology, and screening for skin, vision and hearing.

Our experienced team of health practitioners are here to support community achieve optimum health.

Clinical care and services includes:

  • Child and adolescent health
  • Acute and chronic illness, and illness prevention
  • Acute healthcare, trauma, orthopaedics, minor surgery, health assessments, immunisations,  pathology, health preventative screenings,  men’s health, women’s health, sexual health
  • Antenatal care in partnership with Albury Wodonga Health Obstetrics Unit
  • Renal care (kidney health)
  • Psychiatry
  • Optometry
  • Hearing assessment and care

Our team includes:

  • General practitioners
  • Practice nurses and clinic duty officers
  • Aboriginal health practitioners
  • Chronic disease team, including Integrated Team Care, Chronic Disease Nurse and Bagaraybang Community Connector
  • Allied health
    – Dietician
    – Occupational therapy
    – Podiatry
    – Psychology
    – Speech pathology
    – Social worker
    – Diabetes Educator
  • Child and Maternal Health
  • Midwives
  • Family support
  • Sexual Health nurse
  • Men’s Health nurse

Appointments with GPs and other clinical practitioners can be booked through the AWAHS reception.

Toll free: 1800 421 640
Glenroy: 02 6040 1200
Wodonga: (02) 6067 2286

AWAHS is pleased to host GP registrars in
training in conjunction with our regional GP
training provider, RACGP Training.