The Wagga Wagga Health Service includes a 325 bed Referral Hospital and we support over 40,000 emergency presentations, 1,100 births and approximately 11,000 operations each year.
The Emergency Department is equipped with telehealth cameras to connect the team in Wagga Wagga with other specialists or GPs across the state through the Critical Care Advisory Service, ensuring you get the care you need.
Wagga Wagga Health Service provides services including critical care, medical, surgical, paediatric, obstetric, and rehabilitation care. We also provide mental health and community health services. We work with a team of specialists which include cardiovascular, gastroenterology, renal medicine, obstetrics, orthopaedics, psychiatry and paediatrics. There is also the provision of a full range of allied health and support services such as dental, physiotheraphy, occupational therapy, sexual health and violence prevention and response services.
A specialised Mental Health Recovery Unit provides a large modern and comfortable facility and our community health services are is co-located on the one Wagga Wagga campus.
Wagga Wagga is the largest regional city in NSW with an urban population of over 60,000 residents, nestled on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River.
Wagga Wagga offers a myriad of activities to enjoy, including a wonderful selection of restaurants, cafes, markets and wineries, galleries and museums. It has terrific gradens and recreational areas and caters to both the cultural and sporting enthusiasts.
There are extensive education options from early childhood through to tertiary; including public and private primary and secondary schools, the TAFE NSW Riverina Institute, Charles Sturt University, The University of NSW Rural Clinical School, and The University of Notre Dame – Rural clinical School.