Formerly known as the St John of God Hospital, opened in 1916. Transferred to Southern NSW Local Health District in 2004 and renamed Bourke Street Health Service.
The facility provides a range of subacute and community based services.
The Southern Area Brain Injury Service (SABIS) provides assistance to adults of working age, who have sustained a traumatic brain injury and their families. This involves assessment, rehabilitation and co-ordination of rehabilitation goals in the Transitional Living Unit (TLU) and in the community on return home.
The Oncology Department is situated within the Bourke Street Health Service premises with the entrance to the Oncology clinic via Bradley Street. It is an outpatient clinic that offers medical assessments by visiting consultants and administration of chemotherapy and other supportive therapies by specialized nursing staff.
Other services provided at Bourke Street Health Service Goulburn are:
- Aged Care Assessment Team (ACAT)
- Transitional Aged Care Program (TACP)
- Volunteer Support Workers Program
The Bourke Street Health Service Goulburn has a commitment to deliver high quality subacute health services.
Bourke Street Health Service also provides a venue for:
- Wig library and the Look Good Feel Better program for Oncology patients
- Encore program for people overcoming breast cancer
- Aunty Jeans’ program promoting Aboriginal health
- Stepping on Program reducing falls reduction program
- Speech Pathology Communication Group
- Tai Chi Classes
- Gamblers Anonymous
- Alcoholics Anonymous
- Narcotics Anonymous