Ulverstone Community Health Centre
The Ulverstone Community Health Centre provides residents with access to quality and confidential services. A wide range of community services, visiting services, clinics and support groups operate from the centre such as Palliative Care, Continence Advisor, Family and Child Health Clinics and Dementia Care Support Service.
Who this service is for
Inquiries are welcome from any residents seeking assistance. Family members, friends and other health care providers such as general practitioners are also able to provide referrals to these services, with their client’s permission.
There is a charge for home nursing, home help and home maintenance services provided by your local Community and Health Services Centre. However, it will vary, depending on individual circumstances. The cost will be discussed with you during your assessment visit.
If you (or your family member or friend) are unable to pay or have difficulty affording the full amount, this can be discussed further. If you are eligible, you will still receive these services regardless of your ability to pay.
The Centre operates Monday to Friday, 8.45am – 5.00pm
Disabled Access; Onsite Parking
How this service is delivered
Call or visit us online
Contact us to find out more or phone 1300 135 513
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