A message from our CEO, Alison Wright


While health care staff at hospitals and testing sites are at the frontline of this pandemic, The National Health Co-op is at the front line of community care. Every doctor, nurse, allied health and reception team member are working and all our clinics are open for telehealth or face to face appointments. Providing quality health […]

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Flu Shots Now Available for the 2020 Flu Season


  National Health Co-op is providing private-cost flu shots for our members at $15 each; these are available now. Book your flu shot appointment now by calling us on (02) 6178 0400. Some members will be eligible to receive a government-funded flu vaccine through the National Immunisation Program, starting mid-April 2020. Click here to find out if you are eligible. […]

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Simple ways to prevent the spread of influenza


With the first day of winter here already, we’re sharing five simple tips to help stop the spread of influenza and keep you healthy this flu season. Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze and cough The flu virus can travel through the air so when you cough or sneeze you should turn away […]

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Healthy Heart Information Session – Yass, NSW


Taking care of your heart is an important step in maintaining good health; sadly, heart disease is the leading cause of death in Australian men and women. The good news is that heart disease is often preventable, and the best way to look after your heart is by leading a healthy lifestyle. To help our […]

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Smoking Cessation Information Session


Are you a smoker looking for information on how you can quit? Do you know a smoker and would like to learn about the ways you can support your family, friends or colleagues as they undergo the process of giving up smoking? Perhaps you would just like to know more about nicotine addiction? The National […]

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NHC Celebrates World Health Day


April 7th is the World Health Organisation’s World Health Day and this year’s theme is ‘Universal Healthcare Coverage for All’. This day shines a spotlight on the importance of ensuring access to quality health services for people regardless of their location or economic means. At the National Health Co-op, we believe that no one should have […]

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Endometriosis Information Session


Endometriosis is a condition characterised by the presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterus, affecting up to 10% of women of child bearing age. Symptoms include painful periods, chronic pelvic pain and fertility issues, but alarmingly the average time to diagnose endometriosis may be up to 7 years. To encourage awareness of endometriosis, the National […]

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Skin Cancer & Sun Safety Info Session


Do you know how to recognise a potential skin cancer on yourself or your loved ones? Sadly, the incidence of skin cancers in Australia is one of the highest in the world, and according to Cancer Council Australia, two in three Australians are likely to be diagnosed with skin cancer by the time they are […]

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Changes to Cervical Screening


Cervical screening has changed in Australia. On 1 December 2017, the Pap test was replaced with a new Cervical Screening Test every five years. The latest scientific and medical evidence shows that having Cervical Screening Test every five years is just as safe, and is more effective than having a Pap test every two years. […]

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Breastfeeding Information Session


Having a baby? Do you have questions about breastfeeding? The National Health Co-op and the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA), supported by Service One Alliance Bank, invite you to come along to our relaxed information session for expectant mothers and fathers and learn about the best start you can give your baby. Although breastfeeding is natural […]

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