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Clinical Services

Winnunga Nimmityjah AHCS provides an integrated client centric wrap around service, which focuses on the clinical, cultural and spiritual needs of Aboriginal clients, families and the community. Winnunga's service model delivers a whole person, multidisciplinary approach - meaning the programs and services across Winnunga work together simultaneously to support a client.

Winnunga delivers a comprehensive range of clinical services and programs which suit the needs of the local community. Current practitioners and services include:

  • General practitioners
  • Practice nurses
  • A range of in-reach specialist services and clinics delivered together with specialists from The Canberra Hospital
  • Midwifery clinic
  • Men's, women's (including gynaecology) and child health
  • Audiology (hearing health)
  • Optometry (eye health)
  • Dental clinic
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry
  • Dietician (nutrition worker)
  • Psychiatrists and psychologists
  • Mental Health Services/counselling
  • A pharmacist
  • Prison health and outreach
  • Aboriginal Health Workers
  • Diabetes clinic
  • Healthy liver clinic
  • Child health clinic
  • Alcohol and other drugs services
  • Smoking cessation services
  • Healthy weight program

Services offered include immunisations, health checks, chronic disease management, cervical screening, hearing tests, dental checks, and information and support about diet. We also offer a range of groups including the No More Boondah tobacco cessation program, women's group, men's group, elders' group, pregnancy group, mums' and bubs' group, and healthy cooking classes.

Winnunga has a system in which any person can walk into the clinic at any time during opening hours and be seen by the next available doctor. Appointments are only required for a few services such as dental, physiotherapy and psychiatry. In addition, we are a bulk billing service - all services at Winnunga are free of charge.

Winnunga provides a transport service for those people who are unable to arrange their own transport to and from health service appointments.

For more information on any of the above services or programs, please call (02) 6284 6222.