It has been affirmed by Northern NSW Local Health District that Coraki's Campbell Hospital has been closed and it will no longer be run as a hospital, instead it might be set up as a Health One Centre at the same location.
Chief Executive Chris Crawford asserted that an external planner has suggested that the health demands of the residents of Coraki and surrounding communities can be fulfilled by establishing a Health One Service. He further added that Clinical Service Plan reports advised that the Health One Center should be opened up in the premises of the hospital.
Mr. Crawford said, “Health professionals involved in Health One work together in teams to provide prevention, early intervention and continuing, comprehensive primary health care to individuals and communities for both inpatients and outpatients”.
This Health One Center would help the Health One Service functional and thus would provide both services that is the General Practice and also Community Health Services.
The Health Service will be operational from Monday to Friday and will be functional between 8.00am and 6.00pm.
Mr. Crawford asserted that this plan will be declared officially to the public, so that they can provide with their comments on the proposal and also their approval will help establish such a service.
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