Albury Wodonga Health

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Albury Hospital (02) 6058 4444
Wodonga Hospital (02) 6051 7111


Sub Acute and Continuing Care

Our service helps people in many aspects of their daily life. We offer a variety of services from the Emergency Department through to community based programs. All services provide a team approach to care. We work with both the client and their family / carers. We offer a time limited, goal directed program that focuses on improving quality of life and independence.

Sub-Acute and Continuing Care services are:

  • Aged Services Emergency Team – ASET
  • Albury Geriatric Evaluation Management - AGEM
  • Inpatient rehabilitation
  • Pain Management Program
  • Transitional Care Program
  • Health Independence Programs (as listed below)

The Health Independence Programs (HIP) are:

  • Cognitive Dementia and Memory Clinic (CDAMS)
  • Falls and Balance Clinic
  • Continence Clinic
  • Post-Acute Care (PAC)
  • Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP)
  • Community Rehabilitation Programs

Our specialist staff help people:

  • access specialist advice
  • remain living at home
  • be involved in their community
  • link with support services
  • attend rehabilitation programs
  • receive co-ordinated care
  • improve their health
  • understand their medical conditions
  • rehabilitate following an operation, illness or injury.

Clients may attend individual or group rehabilitation programs at Albury or Wodonga hospitals or in their homes.

Contact Wodonga  P: 02 6051 7400 F: 02 60517430

Contact Albury  P: (02) 60584830 F: (02) 60584520.

Hours of Service  Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm

Address / Building Location

Allied Health,Albury Hospital
PO Box 326, Borella Rd
Albury NSW 2640                                                                  

CRC/Allied Health Building 
73-75 Vermont Street, Wodonga Hospitall
Wodonga 3690                                                                                        

Community Rehabilitation Programs

Community Rehabilitation Programs (CRP) are offered at both Albury and Wodonga Hospitals, and are part of the care provided within the Health Independence Program (HIP).  Community Rehabilitation provides short term sub-acute rehabilitation

Exercise Rehabilitation Group

This group is lead by the Exercise Physiologist who provides tailored exercises for people in the community. The aim of the group is to increase physical activity levels related to the rehabilitation of a particular health condition. Exercises

Falls Prevention Service

The aim of this service is to provide community based care to assist individuals to remain safe and steady in their home and social environments. The service is for people of any age who are at risk of falls or have difficulties with their

Hand and Upper Limb Service

The aim of this service is to provide therapy for hand and upper limb conditions to improve and maintain hand and upper limb function. The service is staffed by an Occupational therapist and Physiotherapist. Education on how to care for your

Lymphoedema Service

The Albury Wodonga Health Lymphoedema Service offers assessment and management for people with chronic swelling and lymphoedema. Education is also offered to people at risk of developing lymphoedema (eg. After cancer treatment).


Inpatient Rehabilitation: The inpatient rehabilitation team, which consists of specialist, medical, nursing and allied health practitioners, support patients to recover from acute illness and injury and regain the functional skills required

Cardiac Services

  Cardiac Services Albury Wodonga Health (AWH) is a 337 bed service that provides Cardiac services to a wide catchment across southern NSW and north-eastern Victoria. The total catchment population is approximately 250,000 people, with 150,000

Living with Dementia

An information and support program for people living with early stage dementia and their support person.

Cognitive, Dementia & Memory Service Clinic

The Cognitive Dementia and Memory Service (CDAMS) is a specialist multidisciplinary diagnostic service for people experiencing memory loss or changes to their thinking and for those who care about them. People who are in the early stages or

Post Acute Care Program (PAC)

The Post Acute Care (PAC) Program provides community-based services to assist people to recuperate after leaving hospital. The program aims to prevent hospital readmission. PAC services PAC provides a range of community-based services based

Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP)

The HARP team works with people with complex health needs. We aim to help reduce the risk of being admitted to hospital. People can be referred to HARP if they have: presented to the emergency department been admitted to hospital a high risk

Aged Services

Aged Services Emergency Service Team (ASET): The ASET team work specifically with older people who present to the emergency department at the Albury Hospital. The ASET team work to prevent hospital admissions where possible, and support older

Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Pulmonary rehabilitation is a group education and exercise class for people with chronic respiratory disease who are symptomatic. The Pulmonary Rehabiliation team help people recover from an recent respiratory event, decrease the risk of further

Continence Services

Over two million Australians have difficulty controlling their bladder or bowel at somtime in their lives. Usually these problems can be improved or even cured.

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac rehab programs are run on both sites to help people recover from a cardiac event, decrease the risk of further cardiac events, learn how they can reduce the workload on their heart and help it to function more efficiently. People who