Albury urgent care clinic

The Border Urgent Care Centre is open to help take pressure off the local emergency department (ED).

The Urgent Care Clinic (UCC), which is being operated by Border General Practice as Border Urgent Care Centre, was one of the first of 58 clinics to open nationally.

Border Urgent Care Centre is open from 8.30am to 6.30pm, Monday to Thursday and from 10am to 8pm Friday to Sunday.

Easter hours:

  • Good Friday, 8.30am to 5pm
  • Easter Saturday, 10am to 2pm
  • Easter Sunday, 10am to 2pm
  • Easter Monday, 8,30am to 5pm

The GP-led clinic is providing fully government-funded treatment for urgent but non-life-threatening emergencies, including respiratory illnesses, urinary tract infections, sprains, bites and rashes.

People can book an appointment at Border Urgent Care Centre, located at 425 David Street, by calling 02 6067 2810 or going online via HotDoc.

To download a poster, click here.

To learn more about UCCs, click here.

It's important to note that Medicare UCCs do not provide routine or preventative healthcare services, and inclusion and exclusion criteria apply, which will be checked at the time of booking a consultation. Patients experiencing a life-threatening injury or illness should not go to a Medicare UCC but call an ambulance or, if able, head straight to the nearest hospital emergency department.

 

Page last updated 28 March 2024