Pambula Health Service is part of the Bega Valley Health Service (BVHS), and are committed to promoting, protecting and maintaining the health of the Community it serves.
In all aspects of our work we strive to achieve better health and good health care by:
- making available a range of quality health care services
- advocating a ‘wellness’ approach
- encouraging individuals to participate in their own health care
- supporting and facilitating staff and community involvement in health
- planning for the future
Pambula Health Service is a 12 bed subacute facility. Our team provide subacute care, pallative care, allied health service. Pambula Health Service has a Nurse-led Assessment, Treatment, and Care Centre (ATC) for walk-in patients. The ATC is for minor injuries and illnesses and is open 9.15am to 3.00pm (last patient to be seen at 2.30pm) seven days a week. Unfortunately we are unable to see children under five years of age.
The hospital team recently received Team of the Year in the Nursing Awards within Bega Valley Health Service, with one of our nurses receiving the Enrolled Nurse of the Year.
Community health services include wound management, dental, early childhood immunisation, women’s health, social work and generalist counselling services, cardiac rehabilitation and respiratory rehab services.