The Allied Health team comprised a wide range of dedicated professionals, providing person centred care across the full range of services offered at Corryong Health. With a strong emphasis on multi-disciplinary care, the team manages clients in the acute ward, residential aged care, the Corryong Medical Clinic, outpatients, Community Services including Home Care and NDIS and the Corryong Gym. Our team includes physiotherapists, occupational therapists, exercise physiologist, podiatrist, diabetes educator, radiographer, ultra-sonographer and allied health assistants.

When joining the Allied Health team, you will have the opportunity to work with a wide range of clients in a multitude of settings, working to improve the health of the community, with a strong emphasis on person centred care. As a small team we work in close collaboration with our colleagues from all health disciplines.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • challenge yourself to develop and grow your skills

  • be supported with professional development

  • work in a setting which allows for independence and creativity

  • have a supportive professional network

  • enjoy good communications with colleagues


Job Description

This position reports directly to the Senior Physiotherapist

Remuneration Package

  • Range $65,000 to $95,000 plus Super

  • Relocation assistance

Primary Role and Responsibilities

  • Acute care inpatient services working in a multidisciplinary team to provide patient centered care and support discharge planning

  • Outpatients provide assessments, plan and implement evidence- based treatments for patients referred or self-referred to physiotherapy using a patient centered approach

  • Residential Aged care providing assessments and interventions and working with care staff to optimize residents’ physical functioning

  • Provide Fall risk assessments to individuals in acute and residential aged care and for the community and design and support individual or group interventions to improve balance, coordination, strength and mobility to reduce falls risk and maximize physical function.

  • Assess and treat patients with acute and chronic health conditions including but not limited to musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, neurological, cardiovascular and pulmonary disorders

  • To completely and effectively use a range of physical and electrical modalities in patient interventions

  • To assess and evaluate programs and treatments using relevant outcome measures and patient goals

  • To participate in the Continuum of Care program with other health professionals in the provision of coordinated care to complex clients

  • To work with patients and their families to implement effective home programs

  • Complete accurate clinical documentation to record assessment findings, patient responses to treatment and progress in accordance with relevant legislative requirements

  • Developing and implementing screening and preventative health promotion programs


  • To be considered for this position you must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident or have a
    relevant visa allowing you to live and work in Australia with no restrictions. Corryong Health does not undertake visa sponsorship for this role

  • Tertiary qualification in Physiotherapy and registered as a Physiotherapist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Authority

  • Demonstrated effective and highly developed interpersonal and communication skills and be able to work within an interdisciplinary team

  • Demonstrated understanding and ability to provide client focused and evidence -based care in a range of clinical settings including inpatient and outpatients, residential aged care and the community

  • Ability to provide direction and supervision to support staff

  • Possess competent computer skills and the ability to provide relevant reports and statistics

  • Current drivers’ license, Police Check, Working With Children Check and NDIS Worker Screening Check


  • Two years post graduate experience in a rural setting with an understanding of rural health issues

  • Understanding of the National Health priorities

  • Understanding of NDIS and be able to demonstrate how to work effectively within the NDIS framework

  • GLA:D accredited Physiotherapist


Relocation Assistance

Included in the package is relocation assistance to beautiful Corryong

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Attractive salary

  • Generous salary offered to enable comprehensive care 

  • Relocation support provided 

  • Professional Development support provided 


  • Normal hours 8am-5pm 

  • Beautiful scenery to explore 

  • Local Primary & Secondary schooling

Multidisciplinary Service

  • Full Reception 

  • Practice Nurse

  • Allied Health 

  • Ultra-sonography 

  • Radiology 

  • Pathology 


Meet our People

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Registered Nurse and Midwife

Tracey Damm

I’m an ANUM here at Corryong Health and have been working here for over 20 years. My role is very varied and rewarding. Working and living in a small community means we usually do something different every day.
I run a small Day Procedure Unit which we mostly perform Endoscopy with a visiting Surgeon from Albury Wodonga and a visiting Anesthetist from Mt Beauty.
We have a 2 chair Dialysis Unit with 2 permanent patients.
I also run an Antenatal Education program and do the Domiciliary Visits for Albury Wodonga Health when Mum and Babe first come home from hospital.
Rural Nursing is a very rewarding career with a huge variety of clients coming to the facility. Corryong Health is a very important part of the community.


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