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Together, Strengthening the Health of Our Community

Corryong Health

LIQUIDFILES (Replacing traditional FAX numbers)

Due to the NBN upgrade, Corryong Health will no longer send or receive faxes from 11 April 2022. Liquidfiles is our new method for sending/ receiving health information moving forward

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Corryong Health

Here at Corryong Health, we are guided by our vision, purpose and goals.

Our Vision: Together, Strengthening the Health of Our Community

Our Purpose: To provide a comprehensive range of healthcare services to all people, at all stages of life, contributing to a strong, viable community.

Our Role: Through professional trustworthy health services, we will grow our local community capacity and ability to connect and inform people.

We acknowledge the Aboriginal custodians of this land and pay our respects to their culture, their people and elders past, present and future.

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Covid Vaccination Update

Eligibility for the vaccine is based on general health and you will be asked a number of questions to confirm your suitability. Further information regarding eligibility is available on the Australian Department of Health website: https://www.health.gov.au/initiatives-and-programs/covid-19-vaccines


Corryong Health is working closely with Albury Wodonga Health, our Local Public Health Unit, as we progress with the schedule for roll out of both the Astra Zeneca and Pfizer vaccines. Our vaccine Sub-Hub is now open and you can book via the hotline (1800 675 398) by calling the medical clinic (02 6076 3290). 


Thank you for your patience.

Corona Virus Update

Corryong Health is actively managing the safety risks of the Coronavirus pandemic to the community, to clients, residents and our staff.

The following important changes have been implemented for which we seek your support:

  1. All clients are to phone ahead prior to attending Corryong Health for any reason 02 6076 3200

  2. Visiting hours to Acute and Residential Care will be between 11am-1pm and 4pm-6pm. A rapid antigen test is required before entry. These are available at UCC entry. Please allow an extra 10-15 minutes to attend to the rapid antigen test before visiting Acute or Residential Care. 

  3. Visitors to Corryong Health will be required to wear a mask during the duration of their visit. 

  4. If you are experiencing Coronavirus symptoms please call the medical clinic on 0260763290 for a GP phone assessment. Only people with symptoms will be swabbed.

  5. Further information relating to Coronavirus is available in the following locations –

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Are you Struggling?

Please share this information with family and friends who you feel need to talk to someone. Click Download to have a copy to print if needed.

Upper Murray Suicide Postvention Plan

Local groups have been working together to create an Upper Murray Suicide Postvention Plan.

Based on best practice research, this draft plan is open for consultation and we welcome any feedback or input.

Please contact Dom Sandilands on [email protected]

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Safe Patient Care Act 2015

Corryong Health provides patient to nurse clinical care which is compliant with the Safe Patient Care Act 2015.
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Corryong Health Applies the unique ratio to their mixed ward 
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