Aboriginal health services at Noarlunga and Clovelly Park
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health actively support local Aboriginal people to work towards improving their health and the health of their community.
The team provides services which are culturally appropriate, accessible and responsive to the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who live in the southern region of Adelaide.
Services are offered at two sites, Noarlunga and Clovelly Park, and are set up as walk in centres. Clients are seen and assessed by culturally appropriate qualified health worker teams.
well person health checks
chronic disease management
child health checks
pregnancy and early infant support
referrals to GP and specialist services
health education and health promotion activities
client advocacy and advice with community services
At both sites:
all services provided in the clinic are free for eligible clients only
wheelchair access is available
some transport can be provided for eligible clients
you can receive notification and follow up regarding results of investigations via telephone, SMS or postal letter
Noarlunga - in an Emergency, dial 000 or go to the Noarlunga Hospital Emergency Department.
Clovelly Park - in an Emergency, dial 000 or go to the Flinders Medical Centre Emergency Department.
Feedback or complaints regarding our services can be provided in writing via our feedback pamphlets available at our clinic locations or to the Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner by phone on 1800 232 007 or in writing to;
HCSCC PO Box 199, Rundle Mall SA 5000
Patient privacy and confidentiality at our services is maintained in accordance with the principles as outlined in the Australian Charter of Health Care Rights. Further details on how we maintain privacy and confidentiality can be found in SA Health’s ‘Your Rights and Responsibilities’ pamphlet.
Aboriginal Family Clinic Location: Alexander Kelly Drive, Noarlunga Centre
Telephone: (08) 8384 9577 Hours: Monday, 10.00am to 5.00pm and Tuesday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm
Aboriginal Family Clinic (Minunthi Tapa Inparrititya) Location: 13 Wingfield St, Clovelly Park Telephone: (08) 8179 5942 - Administration, (08) 8179 5900 - Clinic Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9.00am to 5.00pm and Tuesday, 9.00am to 5.00pm - Child Health Clinic
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