Cobram Campus Urgent Care Operational From March 26

The new Urgent Care Centre is set to be operational from March 26 giving staff a few days prior to the Easter long weekend and school holiday period to settle in to the new facility. The Redevelopment includes updated urgent care facilities, increased floor space and improved staff and community safety with a separate entry into urgent care, new ambulance bay and two waiting areas.

NCN Health Interim CEO Justin Sullivan thanked the community and staff for their patience during the build.

“I’d like to acknowledge our Cobram staff for your patience and hard work during stage one of this refurbishment and working together to continue to provide a great quality of care in urgent care and acute ward. It has been great to see a lot of interest in the community around the Cobram Campus Urgent Care Centre refurbishment, we are excited to share this new resource with you all from March 26.”

Stage two of the redevelopment will begin in April and will impact access to the acute ward for staff and visitors. Stage two will see the demolition of the old ambulance entrance, refurbishment of the old urgent care to create a new ultrasound room, office and accessible toilets, remodelling of the old acute reception and staff rooms, upgrade of a patient ensuite and the installation of a new fire wall.

There will be significant disruption to normal staff and visitor access during this stage. Detours will be in place to assist with the flow of visitor and staff foot traffic within the health service. This part of the project is expected to take 4 to 6 months. More detail around stage two will be made available on our website and social media pages in the coming weeks. If you have any concerns, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us at [email protected] or 5862 0513.

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