Making room for the Inner North’s Walk-in Centre

Medical professional tending to woman in a chair. Once open, the Inner North Walk-in Centre will offer free health care for minor injuries and illnesses.

Work has begun on the new Inner North Walk-in Centre, with the Dickson Community Health Centre now closed for renovations.

The new Walk-in Centre will be co-located with the Community Health Centre along Dickson Place, with the joint complex expected to open to patients later this year.

Four treatment rooms will be added within the existing building’s footprint to make room for the Walk-in Centre.

As with our existing Walk-in Centres (in Belconnen, Gungahlin, Weston Creek and Tuggeranong), the Inner North Walk-in Centre will offer free health care for minor injuries and illnesses from 7.30am to 10pm daily. No appointment will be needed.

Our Walk-in Centres are led by a team of highly skilled advanced practice nurses and nurse practitioners with extensive experience in treating people with minor injuries and illnesses.

For more information about Walk in Centres, visit walkincentre.act.gov.au.

Appointments can be made by calling Canberra Health Services’ Central Health Intake on 02 5124 9977 between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 3.30pm on Wednesday.

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