Our General Practitioners here at Galambila work closely with Aboriginal Health Workers to provide culturally relevant primary health care for the Gumbaynggirr community.
All our GP services are bulk billed. Which means you’re not out of pocket as our doctors’ bill Medicare directly.
Our GPs provide preventative health advice and arrange treatment for illness and disease using information from your medical assessment and tests, and medical guidelines and evidence.
Medical services provided by our GPs include:
Mental health assessment & care plans
Minor medical procedures
Sexual health checks
Referrals to Allied Health & Specialists
Preventative health checks and advice
Once a month we have our Diabetes Clinic. Our team, comprised of a GP, Nutritionist, Podiatrist, Endocrinologist and our very own Aboriginal Health Worker who are here to assist and educate you while putting you on the path to a long and healthy life.
For more information or to make an appointment please contact the clinic reception.
Do you have trouble breathing? You may have asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or a related condition preventing you from getting the best from your lungs.
We have our Breathe Well Clinic weekly with our Asthma Educator and GPs. Don’t sit at home worrying, make an appointment today. For more information or to make an appointment call our reception team.
To assess, screen and provide education to patients that are at risk of heart disease.
The Healthy Heart Clinic provides increased opportunity for early detection of cardiac related diseases. When health issues are identified early they can often be better managed.
Our Senior Aboriginal Health Worker and Clinical Pharmacist work with the Mid North Coast Local Health District and Hoys Physiotherapy to develop and deliver monthly clinics to improve our overall cardiovascular health service delivery.
Yarrawarra outreach clinic located at the cultural centre is a convenient option for families living in the Northern Beaches to see a Doctor or Aboriginal Health Worker. We deliver a weekly walk-in clinic on Tuesday morning from the Yarrawarra cultural centre. This clinic runs from 9am – 12pm.
Most non-emergency health needs can be addressed from the Yarrawarra clinic but from time to time, the doctor may ask you to attend Galambila clinic for follow up.
The clinic is located to the beach side of the cultural centre. Just look for the big Galambila flag outside.
Galambila Doctors, Nurses and Aboriginal Health Worker’s deliver a range of specific women’s health services.
We have female Doctors, Nurses and Health Workers if you prefer to discuss with our female staff. Please let our reception staff know when you book an appointment.
Even when in good health, it’s a wise idea to visit a GP at least once a year.
It is really important to make the most of your visit. You could book in for a health assessment which is a comprehensive check of your health.
A range of things can be checked and discussed at your health check including:
If health issues are identified early, then lifestyle changes and health management can often improve the outcomes of health issues.
Galambila aims to meet the diverse health needs of our youth and have services and programs that operate both inside the clinic, out in the community and at schools.
This includes delivering a large amount of preventative health, health education and healthy lifestyle activities.
Our youth services and programs include:
If you would like the Galambila team to deliver health education at your school, community event or your organisation please contact us.
If you have a chronic disease, it’s important that you have a doctor led team who take the time to understand your condition and work with you on an ongoing basis to manage it.
Chronic disease management can include health coaching and support, follow up, monitoring and health checks, general health education on lifestyle risk factors and health interventions.
Hearing Screenings are held on the third Thursday of the month at Galambila, with Australian Hearing on site between 9am and 11.30am.
A visiting Audiologist from the Local Health District also visits monthly. The visiting Audiologist is able to see 8 children on that day.
Screenings are also held in local Public schools within the Coffs Harbour region.
Contact Galambila to arrange an appointment.
To meet our client’s health needs, we have a range of clinics on site and also support referrals to offsite services through our CCSS and brokerage programs.
Onsite clinics include:
Regular clients that have had a health assessment and care plan may be eligible for our CCSS and Brokerage programs.
We support access to offsite health services through referrals if you are eligible for our CCSS and Brokerage programs.
The CCCS program supports patients with a chronic disease to access the services and medical equipment they need.
Galambila’s brokerage program supports patients without a chronic illness to access specialist and allied health services needed. This support is limited.
To access the CCSS and Brokerage programs you must be an active client, have a health assessment and care plan and a referral from one of our Doctors.