The Narrandera Health Service is a 34 bed Hospital including six day surgery beds. Narrandera Hospital provides a 24 hour Accident and Emergency Department, which is equipped with telehealth cameras to connect the team in Narrandera with specialists through the Critical Care Advisory Service. It also has the capability to directly transmit ECG’s to a cardiologist for urgent review.
Additional community services include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, diabetes education, dietetics, speech pathology, ACAT, community nurses, TACP, counselling, drug and alcohol, Aboriginal Maternal/Infant Midwife, Aboriginal Health Worker, child and family health and mental health.
Situated on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, Narrandera is a town located in the Riverina Region of southern New South Wales.
With a population of over 6,100 residents, there are a range of diverse activities available including heritage walks, antique and boutique stores, golf, tennis, swimming, fishing, water skiing and canoeing.
Narrandera offers a variety of education and training options including a high school, primary school, and catholic school. There are also early infant and pre-schools as well as TAFE Riverina.
Narrandera is about 1 hour west of Wagga Wagga and 6 hours drive from Sydney. The airport is located on the outskirts of Narrandera and is serviced by flights twice daily to Sydney and to other major regions out of the neighbouring Griffith and Wagga Wagga airports.