Mount Druitt Community Health Centre
Mt Druitt Community Health Centre provides a range of services in the western sector of the Blacktown Local Government Area to children, young people, adults and older people. Services range from health promotion, through prevention and early detection to assessment, treatment and continuing care. Community Health staff work in partnership with schools, General Practitioners, hospitals, non-government agencies and other organisations to provide care at the Community Health Centre, in people’s homes or in other venues, such as Early Childhood (Baby Health) Centres and Aged Day Centres.
Clients must live, work or attend school/preschool in the Blacktown Local Government Area.
Eligibility Age Range
For counselling - no age restrictions.
For Child and Family Health Nursing, Speech Pathology and Occupational Therapy services, children must be aged under 8 years.
For Hearing screening – children must be aged between 3 and 12 years.
For Problem Gambling and Services for people with Chronic and Complex Care services – no age restrictions.
Geographical Area Served
Western sector of the Blacktown Local Government Area.
Your Rights and Responsibilities
Your Rights and Responsibilities as a patient, carer or community member of the Western Sydney Local Health District