Provides a range of services to children, young people and their families.
Your new-look centre now reopened
Merrylands Community Health Centre has undergone extensive refurbishments to help provide an improved environment for the delivery of a range of primary care services including child and family health, podiatry, mental health and drug health services.
Modern design, new flooring, and stylish furniture and fittings complement a new reception and waiting area as well as new clinic rooms and facilities.
A highlight inside the Merrylands HealthOne centre is the installation of a new lift.
All provide a more comfortable, professional and welcoming environment to support the high level of quality health care and services you’ve come to know.
Who we care for
We care for people who live or attend preschool/school in the Holroyd or Parramatta Local Government Area.
There are no age restrictions for those seeking counselling services.
The following services have age restrictions;
- Child and Family Health Nursing is for babies and children aged 0-5 years
- Speech Pathology is for babies and children aged 0-7 years
What we do
Merrylands 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.
We also specialise in health promotion, prevention and early detection to assessment, treatment and continuing care.
Services for children and families include;
How to access this service
The Central Referral Service (CRS) is the central access point to Complex, Aged and Chronic Care and Child & Family Health Community Health Services and enables GPs, patients, hospitals, families and health providers to register their request for services into Community Health Services for clinical triage.
CRS does not provide clinical assessment or triage services.
CRS receives and registers requests for referrals for WSLHD Community Health clinical services such as Nursing, Women’s Health, Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Audiometry, Counselling, Aged Day Care and Palliative Care.
Central Referral Service phones are staffed from 8.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
Referrals are processed between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday.
How do I refer?
Clients can self refer to our services by calling the Central Referral Service on 1800 600 681.
Health professional referrals
For enquiries about Child & Family Health or Complex, Aged & Chronic Care, please phone the Central Referral Service on 1800 600 681 between 8.30am and 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
There is a 24 hour voicemail message service. Messages are generally retrieved and returned within 24 hours of receipt.
To refer a patient to one of our Child & Family Health services please complete our referral form then:
To refer a patient to one of our Complex, Aged & Chronic Care services please complete our referral form then:
Please note: if your patient is aged over 65 years (or over 50 years for Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander patients), referrals must be made directly to My Aged Care. In My Aged Care our service provider name is Allied Health & Community Nursing & Social Support Group WSLHD
Why does CRS ask so many questions?
CRS uses Community Health Service criteria to determine the eligibility of the referral request. Demographic, family/support, legal issues, risk issues, safety issues and presenting health information is required for the client registration and clinical allocation to the appropriate Community Health service. Some information requested is required by the Ministry of Health and funding agencies.
The Merrylands Community Health Centre is located at 14 Memorial Avenue, Merrylands.
Find directions in Google Maps to 14 Memorial Avenue, Merrylands
There is paid parking options nearby.
Getting here by train
The Merrylands Community Health Centre is 450m walk from Merrylands Railway Station
Planning your trip
Contact the Transport NSW Info service to plan your trip and obtain the latest timetable, fare and wheelchair access information.
Phone: 131 500 (24 hours, 7 days a week)
Your Rights and Responsibilities
Your Rights and Responsibilities as a patient, carer or community member of the Western Sydney Local Health District